The Voice UK has scored its first Official Number One single this week.
But it didn't come from any of the show's winners... or even a finalist.
Becky Hill (unjustly) made it only as far as the semi-finals in the first series back in 2012 but this week knocks X Factor's Ella Henderson off Number 1 with single Gecko (Overdrive), produced by Oliver Heldens.
It's Becky's second Top 10 hit having previously made it to Number 8 last with with Afterglow by Wilkinson.
The number one single means Becky Hill continues to reign as The Voice UK's most successful act chart-wise to date, with both the highest charting track and most Top 10 hits after the show.
Although to be honest, the raspy voiced singer has absolutely no competition: Not a single other act of the 44 live finalists from the past three series has yet actually managed to crack the top 10.
The three winners – Leanne Mitchell, Andrea Begley and Jermain Jackson – have one of the worst records with just a single Top 40 between them; Andrea's cover of My Immortal, which charted at Number 30 in 2013.
Latest winner Jermain managed to grab only Number 75 in the charts with his winner's song, a cover of And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going.
But Leah McFall, who made the Top 10 during the show with her cover of I Will Survive, could become the latest to experience some post-show success with single Home, released on July 27.