X Factor finalist Jahmene Douglas has gone straight to the top of the charts with his debut album.
Soulful singer Douglas, who was stacking shelves at a Swindon Asda before finding fame on the ITV show, scored his first ever number one with cover versions album Love Never Fails knocking Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines off the top.
Including a duet of Whitney Houston's The Greatest Love of All with his X Factor mentor Nicole Scherzinger, the 22-year-old will be glad he changed his mind after reportedly dismissing the idea of a covers album.
Hundreds of fans queued to meet X factor runner up Jahmene Douglas who has been back in his home of Swindon to launch his debut album "Love Never Fails". The 23 year old signed copies of his new CD at the Asda Store where he used to stack shelves.
Jahmene Douglas was joined by his mum as he launched is debut album at the Asda supermarket in Swindon, where he used to work.
Singer, Jahmene Douglas, who was runner-up in the X Factor has released his debut album at the Asda supermarket in Swindon where he used to work. All the songs on the album, Love Never Fails, are cover versions.
It's a big weekend for our X-Factor contestants. George Shelley, from Clevedon, who's part of boyband Union J, and Swindon supermarket worker Jahmene Douglas are both through to the quarter finals of ITV1 show.
If he wins, Swindon's Jahmene Douglas will be guaranteed a record contract that could make him an international star like Alexandra Burke or Leona Lewis.
It's a long way from his day-job, stacking shelves in a supermarket in the town and gigging at weekends. Our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy's been to meet people who knew Jahmene before he was famous:
Jahmene Douglas - who will be battling it out in the quarter finals of the X Factor this weekend - has come far from his roots in a Swindon boyband.
Former bandmate, Mitchell Singh, thinks he's the best singer in the competition.
And you can see a video by Jahmene and Mitchell's old band Shades here.
Jahmene Douglas is hoping to come closer to X Factor glory this weekend as he competes in the quarter finals of the ITV1 competition.
It wasn't long ago that he was stacking shelves in Asda in Swindon and his former colleagues are backing him to the hilt.