Here's a look at how well The X Factor 2017 contestants are doing on the charts after the first live show.
This year once again, studio versions of all the tracks sung on the X Factor live shows have been released for download via iTunes and to stream via Apple Music.
And that means we can see exactly how well each act is doing on the charts.
Even before winning some of the contestants are making an impact, with two making the top 10 in the official iTunes download chart.
Grace Davies has proved the biggest seller, peaking at Number 2 with her own song Too Young while Rak-Su were right behind at Number 3 with their self-penned track Mamacita.
The two acts, who were the only ones to perform original material at the weekend, had topped the votes on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
But they aren't alone in making the download charts.
Lloyd Macey is at Number 43 with his La La Land cover of City of Stars, Matt Linnen's Scars To Your Beautiful is at Number 73 and the CutKelvins' What About Us is at Number 86
Further on down and outside the Top 100, Alisah Bonaobra's This Is My Now ranks in at Number 136, Kevin Davy White's Stay cover is at Number 141 and Groups wild card act Jack & Joel place at Number 177 with New Rules.
Right now no other acts from the final 16 have made an impact on the Top 200 downloads.
The X Factor 2017 continues this Saturday at 8:20PM and Sunday night at 7:05PM on ITV with a brand new set of performances.