X Factor's Stacey Solomon has missed the top 40 with her debut album Shy.
After delays and set backs to her plans, a move into TV presenting, a baby and most recently taking on Channel 4's The Jump, Stacey's record came almost six years since her appearance on The X Factor in 2009.
Her album Shy last night landed just outside of the Top 40, charting at Number 45 in the charts while her single of the same name failed to crack the Top 100.
The song was co-written by The Voice UK coach Rita Ora, and Stacey also had help from Lily Allen on songs for her first album.
Although many tracks were written by Stacey herself and despite the delay in releasing them she's loving every moment.
Stacey said earlier this year: "This album may have been a long time coming but I love it!"
She added: “Making this album the best it can be has been hard work but so rewarding; I can’t wait for people to hear it. I’m so proud of it” she said.
You can buy Stacey's album on Amazon HERE.