Xtra Factor host Olly Murs has secured his fourth number one single with Troublemaker.
The track features Flo Rida and sold over 120,000 copies, beating Girls Aloud’s comeback single Something New.
Murs returned to the X Factor stage last week to perform the single and admitted it was still nerve wracking to perform in front of the judges.
Speaking to Capital FM, the 28-year-old singer admitted: “It was great to go back and see the judges again and have a laugh.
“The thing about it is, when you're a presenter and on the show, you're literally on it every week - you do just want to go down and perform.”
He added: “Obviously I'm a singer in my own right and you see all these contestants performing - it's like, I want to showcase what I can do and I think it was a great way for me to do that at the weekend and I was so excited."
Meanwhile, according to the Official Charts Company, One Direction dropped two places to number three with Little Things.
The lads were also knocked off the top of the album chart by Rihanna with Unapologetic.
X Factor 2012 winners Little Mix entered the album charts at number three with their debut album DNA.
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