Leah McFall is not only the favourite to win this year's series of The Voice UK, but the quirky singer's also on track to claim the show's first Top 10 single.
(Still don't know much about Leah? This will help.)
The 23 year old's rendition of I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor on last Friday's (7 June) live quarter finals show is at number eight in the UK's midweek charts.
The track stormed the UK iTunes chart earlier this week, and peaked at number three, but has since fallen to eight. Still pretty darn good considering Leah - who's on will.i.am's team - hasn't even finished the show yet.
The previous highest-charting entry from a Voice UK contestant was Tyler James's Single Tear, which reached number 28 last October; after the series had ended.
But one Voice contestant who hasn't done too well is last year's winner Leanne Mitchell. Her self-titled debut album managed a pretty crummy 134th place in the charts, selling fewer than 1000.
And her single, Run To You, which was released the day after Leanne won the show scraped in at number 45.
Even her mentor Tom Jones isn't interested in listening to her music. Oh dear...