The UK had a new number one single on Mother's Day as Australian boy band 5 Seconds of Summer hit the top spot with their single, She Looks So Perfect.
The teenage four-piece, known as 5SOS, knocked Duke Dumont's I Got U off the number one slot.
She Looks So Perfect also reached number one in Australia and New Zealand this weekend, and makes 5SOS only the fourth Australian group to reach the UK number one and the first to do so since Madison Avenue's Don't Call Me Baby in May 2000.
The quartet of Luke Hemmings, Mikey Clifford, Calum Hood and Ash Irwin all hail from Sydney, Australia and have an average age of 18.
They shot to fame after posting covers of Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran songs on YouTube, and were then invited to support One Direction on their Take Me Home world tour.
Changes by Faul 7 Wad Ad vs Pnau, was the highest new entrant at number three, according to the Official UK Chart Company.
This week's top five is completed by My Love by Route 94 featuring Jess Glynne and John Legend's All Of Me at number 5.
The only other new single to break the top 10 was from 17-year-old Dutch DJ Martin Garrix who teamed up with fellow countryman Jay Hardway, on their track Wizard.
US star Chris Brown came in at number 15 with his track Loyal, featuring Lil Wayne. It is Brown's 17th UK Top 40 hit so far.
X Factor winners: Where are they now?
X Factor winners: Where are they now?
1/10 2013: Sam Bailey
The clear winner from the outset, Sam Bailey went on to beat teen singers Luke Friend and Nicholas McDonald. Bailey's cover of Demi Lovato's 'Skyscraper' went straight to number one on 22 December 2013, becoming the first X Factor winner in three years to gain the Christmas number one spot. Her debut album is due to be released on 24 March. She is also currently pregnant with her third child.
2/10 2012: James Arthur
He secured the biggest-selling X Factor winner's song ever with 'Impossible', but last year's victor James Arthur has been at the centre of controversy recently. Arthur got into a Twitter spat with fellow former contestant Lucy Spraggan when he used a homophobic lyric in a rap. The singer apologised on-air for 'abusing [his] position as an X Factor winner' after a performance on the results show a few weeks ago. Arthur's new single 'Recovery' is currently number 19 in the Official UK Singles Chart.
3/10 2011: Little Mix
Girl band Little Mix are one of The X Factor's success stories. Formerly known as Rhythmix, the group released an autobiography in August 2012 and their debut album came out that November, reaching number three. Little Mix's Perrie Edwards is engaged to One Direction's Zayn Malik which, you know, helps with the the whole fame thing. The band toured earlier this year and have enjoyed US success too. Their latest album Salute was released on 15 November.
4/10 2010: Matt Cardle
Singer-songwriter Matt Cardle performed 'Unfaithful' with Rihanna during the 2010 X Factor finals. He famously criticised Syco for being 'very pop' when he, apparently, wasn't. Shortly afterwards, he left Cowell's label. Cardle returned to the charts when his first album 'The Fire' made number eight and was well-received by critics. He recorded a duet with Spice Girl Melanie C, 'Loving You', in the summer and will be touring new album 'Porcelain' in April 2014.
5/10 2009: Joe McElderry
Rage Against The Machine's 'Killing In The Name' famously beat Joe McElderry to the Christmas number one in 2009, following an internet campaign to do battle with Cowell's chart machine. McElderry's luck failed to pick up and he soon found himself winning yet another talent show, Pop Star to Opera Star. Recently, he's enjoyed some success in the classical world and appeared in several West End shows. He is signed with Universal Music's Decca label.
6/10 2008: Alexandra Burke
Alexandra Burke's cover of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' sold more than a million copies in the UK, a success she followed with five top ten singles and a hit album. Burke has been a brand ambassador for a women's deodorant and signed a modelling contract in 2010. She joined The X Factor as a guest judge during the final of the eight series. The 'Bad Boys' singer has another album out next year but it will be released on RCA records after her recent split from Simon Cowell's label.
7/10 2007: Leon Jackson
'When You Believe' became the fastest-selling single of 2007 when winner Leon Jackson released it before Christmas, but he was dropped in 2009 following poor sales. His third single 'Creative' only reached number 94 in the charts and half his tour dates were cancelled. At present, Jackson is reportedly writing a second album that he will release independently.
8/10 2006: Leona Lewis
She's The X Factor's darling and one of the only acts still with Simon Cowell's label. Leona Lewis enjoyed huge international success after winning the 2006 show and releasing her first single 'A Moment Like This'. Recently, she has struggled, with sales of her latest album 'Glassheart' down steeply from those of her debut in 2007.
9/10 2005: Shayne Ward
After his victory on the second show, Ward achieved the fourth fastest-selling UK single ever with 'That's My Goal'. Several other hits and three albums followed and at one stage, he was reportedly considered to replace Jason Orange in Take That. Ward was dropped six years later to make room for other upcoming stars on Syco's label and has since turned his hand to performing in London musical Rock of Ages with Justin Lee Collins. The Mancunian singer appeared in Dancing on Ice in January 2013 but was eliminated in the fifth round.
10/10 2004: Steve Brookstein
The first winner of The X Factor, Steve Brookstein scored a number one single with 'Against All Odds' but was dumped by Sony BMG just eight months afterwards for being a one-hit wonder. Since his brief success evaporated, Brookstein has performed on cruise ships and was spotted in 2010 performing in a small Cornish pub for £2.50 a ticket. Brookstein no longer appears in publicity for The X Factor and as a result, he has repeatedly hit out at both the show and Simon Cowell. He is, however, still singing, and has a new album 'Soul Journey' out in February.
The album charts were topped by X Factor winner Sam Bailey's debut, The Power of Love.
Bailey's album, which is the first number one by an X Factor winner since Alexandra Burke in 2009, includes covers of tracks such as From This Moment On and the Dreamgirls song And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, together with the title track, originally by Jennifer Rush.
"This really is the icing on the cake to an incredible few months," said Sam Bailey.
"I've worked hard to get where I am and I'm so happy that everyone is liking what I'm doing. It really is a dream come true!"
Bailey knocked George Michael's Symphonic off the top spot, with the highest new entry, Going Back Home, a collaboration between Roger Daltrey and terminally ill guitarist Wilko Johnson in at three.
Pharrell Williams's latest record, Girl, fell down once place to fourth, while John Legend's, Love In The Future was up two places to reach number five in the album charts.
The 40th anniversary edition of Sir Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road debuted at number 12, while Shakira's latest self-titled album came in at 14 in the chart.