She may not have made it to the finals last season, but fans can expect more to come from Haley Reinhart.
The 20-year old singer has inked a deal with Interscope records, the same label to snag ninth place finisher Pia Toscano.
Though reports surfaced last week, The Hollywood Reporter confirms that Reinhart has joined the 19 Recordings family, after exiting the competition in third place. She can currently be seen on tour with her fellow Season 10 Idols, heading to Duluth, Georgia on Tuesday, with back-to-back performances in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina to follow.
An official announcement regarding Reinhart's deal is expected to be made public shortly.Ã¢Â€Â¨ Ã¢Â€Â¨Also landing deals following reality show are victor Scotty McCreery and runner-up Lauren Alaina. All four Idols join the Universal Music Group family, with McCreery and Alaina signing on to their Mercury Nashville label.
Earlier this month, Reinhart and fellow season-10 veteran James Durbin became the 55th and 56th "Idol" finalists to see their names appear on charts published by Billboard, when their respective Walmart EPs debuted on the Billboard 200.
Durbin and Reinhart joined three other Season 10 top 10 finalists who have previously charted: winner Scotty McCreery, runner-up Lauren Alaina and eighth-place Paul McDonald, whose earlier work with the Grand Magnolias debuted on the Heatseekers chart after McDonald became popular on "Idol."