Our latest X Factor 2016 chart is here and it's all change once again this week with a clear Number 1.
The X Factor live performances this year aren't being uploaded to iTunes as in past series but they are available to stream online via Spotify.
And as usual, we've crunched the numbers to bring you the chart rankings of the latest live performances from the weekend.
Last Saturday was Movies week and we've got a new number one.
After a couple of poor weeks previously, Matt returns to form in style with his cover of Writing's On The Rule scoring over 37,000 streams since Sunday.
The song was 17,000 streams up on last week's Disco Number 1 (Saara Aalto) and 10,000 streams clear of this week's nearest rival, Emily Middlemas.
Emily's repeated slow numbers have split viewers and last week she was last in our rankings, but her Movies performance sees her back up our countdowns today.
Saara drops from Number 1 to 3 but her Movies song actually had more streams than last week with just under 22,000 recorded plays.
Honey G featured in her first sing off at the weekend against Ryan Lawrie and the pair are next in our Week 7 chart.
But bottom of the rankings - despite avoiding the sing off in the live show - are boy band 5 After Midnight who were Number 3 in last week's chart.
This weekend it's the Quarter Finals and, for the first time this year, the remaining top five acts will be singing two songs each.
The X Factor 2016 continues live this Saturday and Sunday night at 8PM on ITV with Louis Loves week.
* Streams correct as of November 23, 11PM.