The couple and duo came out on top this season on X Factor, with Jeff Gutt as runner up followed by Carlito Olivero coming in third.
Alex showed his tears of joy during their first performance as winners. "I was okay and then ["Say Something"] started," he said. "And all those blue lights in the audience, it just really got to me and it was overwhelming. And then when [the final 13] ran out, I lost it." We've seen Sierra get emotional a few times this season, but last night it was Alex's turn. "I was like, 'Dang, I'm the one wiping his tears!'" Sierra said, "And then everyone came out and I was like, 'Wait, we really did win.'"
We're happy to hear that they'll get to go home for the holidays, but we're even happier to hear about their highly anticipated debut album. "We're going to come out here for as long as the album takes," the Florida natives told us. "We're going to make sure that we do it right, do it quick and get it out so people don't get cold with us."
Though we highly doubt people will forget about them, the two are making it a point to be fully involved with their album. "As far as we're concerned we're going to be co-writers on every single song that we put out, even if it's just very minuscule," said Alex. "We just want to make sure our stamp of approval is on everything." We love their work ethic! "We just don't ever want to do a song that we're not happy of or weren't a part of," Sierra added.