X Factor's Rak-Su have gone to Number 1 on iTunes with their latest original song.
As has become customary in recent years, studio versions of all the tracks from on the live shows have been released for download via iTunes.
On Saturday night the Groups and Boys perform before Sunday the Girls and Overs took to the stage, and all of the performances have been released onto iTunes to download, as well as Apple Music to stream.
Rak-Su, who topped the vote on Saturday, have gone straight to Number 1 with their song Mona Lisa.
It's the group's second time on top, having also previously peaked at Number 1 with another original song, Dimelo, which remains in the Top 10.
The four piece are also at Number 13 with another original song, Mamacita.
Meanwhile, at Number 10 is Grace Davies' new original song Hesitate. Grace topped Sunday's vote but lost out to Rak-Su in the prize fight between the pair. Grace is also at Number 55 with Too Young, an original song performed in the first live show.
Elsewhere, The Cutkelvins' original song Saved Me From Myself is at Number 45, one place ahead of Kevin Davy White's cover of I Will Always Love You.
Lloyd Macey's A Different Corner performance is at Number 49 ahead of From This Moment On at Number 54.
Further on down, Matt Linnen's Fallin' is at Number 73, Sean & Conor Price are at Number 78 with Issues
None of the other songs from the latest weekend currently appear in the Top 40 at the time of writing.
The X Factor 2017 continues next Saturday and Sunday night with the Semi Finals.
The next theme is 'Rule Britannia' and it's expected another two contestants will be heading home.
Plus, there will be performances from Ed Sheeran and former X Factor winner James Arthur.