Leicester's X Factor winner Sam Bailey has been knocked off the number one spot after just one week in the official charts rundown.
After being beaten into second place last week, Pharrell Williams came back fighting and took over the top position, claiming his third number one hit of the year.
The 36-year-old mother-of-two sold 149,000 copies of her winner's single Skyscraper, a cover of Demi Lovato's hit single, bagging her the Christmas Number One title - albeit with the lowest sales for that week on record.
Meanwhile, Robbie Williams held onto the top spot in the albums chart, despite facing competition from his Take That bandmate and X Factor judge Gary Barlow.
Sam Bailey is Christmas Number One, but the X Factor winner's first week sales are some of the lowest, so how well did the rest sell?
Sam Bailey might be No1 in the midweek charts and well on the way to the top spot, but how will she do compared to past X Factor winners?
More than 67,000 copies of Skyscraper downloaded in UK.