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Here's to another night." After years of struggling to conceive, the couple revealed their successful pregnancy as a result of treatment and announced the happy news back in July.
The pair were super excited about their second pregnancy as the first attempt ended in a miscarriage early last year.
Two of the four members of Escala, Izzy Johnston and Chantal Leverton, were part of Wild, a similar five-piece classical group who were signed to EMI and released an album with the label in 2005.
The four members of the group met in 2005 when they were part of the string section on an arena tour with Mc Fly.
They performed Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir." Escala performed on BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night on 12 June 2009 and followed it up with a performance at Lord's during a charity match between Middlesex and the Rajasthan Royals on 6 July 2009.
However, with Britain's Got Talent being a competition for "undiscovered talent", their experience was said to run counter to the spirit of the show, which Escala refuted, with Izzy Johnston saying, "It's supposed to be open to everyone, professional and amateur alike." They were also alleged to have been invited to audition for Britain's Got Talent by Simon Cowell after they supposedly played the X Factor wrap party in late 2007.
However, ITV refused claims that this was unfair, stating "Escala went through the same application and audition process as everyone else.
On 25 November 2009, Escala were guests on the afternoon live Alan Titchmarsh Show, on ITV.
They were individually interviewed by the eponymous presenter and then performed the Karl Jenkins' composed track "Palladio", from their current CD.