Despite leading the race to Number 1 for most of the week, The Voice UK winner Stevie McCrorie has charted at Number 6 this evening.
The Scottish singer had been 4,000 sales ahead at the top spot on Wednesday but has since fallen dramatically in the charts.
Currently at Number 28 on iTunes, Stevie's cover of Adam Levine's Lost Stars has officially made it to Number 6 in the Top 40 tonight, as just announced on BBC Radio 1.
While he's not made the top spot it's the first winner's track from The Voice to reach the top ten, with only one having previously cracked the Top 40 at all.
After winning the show last Saturday, Stevie's signed a £100,000 record contract with label Universal but admitted things still hadn't sunk in.
“It’s been a whirlwind doing BBC Breakfast, the One Show and the press," he said on returning to huge crowds in Scotland. “It feels like I’m talking about someone else.”
It'll be into the studio next for Stevie as well as gigging, having already been confirmed for this year's T In The Park festival.
Stevie said: "Growing up in Scotland, I dreamed of being able to play T in the Park, there's always been something magical about the festival to me since I was a teenager!
"I played the T Break Stage in 2010 with a collaborative project called MOPP, but to return to the festival this year as a solo artist is going to be really special."
The Voice UK winners chart positions
Stevie McCrorie - Lost Stars, 6
Jermain Jackman - And I Am Telling You, 75
Andrea Begley - My Immortal, 30
Leanne Mitchell - Run To You, 45
The Voice UK will return next year on BBC One for a fifth series.