Here's a look at how well The X Factor 2016 contestants are doing on the charts after Divas week.
For 2016 the performances from the live shows haven't been released to iTunes as in past series but are available to stream online via Spotify.
And here's just how well the latest batch of live performances have been doing since Sunday night.
It was Divas weekend on the show with covers ranging from Whitney and Mariah to, err, Vanilla Ice.
In general it seems the performances all struggled to interest listeners, with total streams dropping 40% week-on-week.
At the summit, Matt Terry has been knocked off his perch at Number 1 as Emily Middlemas tops this week's run down.
Her cover of How Will I Know has notched up 27,000 streams so far, 7,000 more than closest rival Matt who settles for second place this week.
Honey G's appearances in the live show continue to split viewers but in the charts she's in the top three for the third week running.
Gifty Louise is next before Ryan Lawrie makes an appearance, despite falling into the bottom 3 in the vote, followed by Saara Aalto, 5 After Midnight and Sam Lavery.
Four Of Diamonds and Relley C were in the sing-off on Sunday and they're also in the bottom two of this week's X Factor chart stats.
Unfortunately it was Relley - who ranked last in the chart - who was sent home by the judges after both acts performed again.
The X Factor 2016 continues live this Saturday and Sunday night at 8PM on ITV with Halloween week.
* Streams correct as of October 27, 7AM.