The Voice 2013's Leah McFall has a trio of tracks in the Top 40, despite not winning the show.
According to midweek sales flashes, the show's actual winner - Andrea Begley - is just inside the Top 20 with her take on My Immortal.
The Evanescence track was released after Saturday night's final, despite hosts Holly and Reggie originally announcing that Angel was Andrea's winner's song.
The original version of the track is also in the official Top 40 as it stands, at number 30.
Meanwhile all three of Leah's solo performances from the three live shows remain the Top 40.
Her week one performance, I Will Survive, had originally peaked in the Top 10 and has to date sold over 80,000 copies. It's down to 24 in the latest midweek charts, two spots below I Will Always Love You from the final. Finally, Leah's semi-final performance Killing Me Softly is up two spots to hit a new peak of 34.
The numbers are certainly much healthier than last year, with Leanne Mitchell failing to even make the Top 40 with any of her tracks.
And official stats have confirmed that Leah's I Will Survive has become the biggest selling track associated with the show so far eclipsing singles from both Bo Bruce and Tyler James.
The latest official chart will be confirmed on Sunday evening live on Radio 1 from 4PM.