The X Factor (UK) discography

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Series 3 winner Leona Lewis is the show's most successful winner, having achieved two number-one albums and eight top 5 singles, including three number-ones.
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Series 2 winner Shayne Ward has had six top 5 singles, including the number-one hit "That's My Goal".
Chico came in fifth place in series 2, and had a number-one single with "It's Chico Time" in 2006.
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Series 4 winner Leon Jackson debuted at number-one in the UK with a cover of "When You Believe".
Series 5 winner Alexandra Burke has achieved six top 10 singles, including three number-ones.
Series 5 runners up JLS have had five UK number-ones; more than any other X Factor act.
Diana Vickers, who came fourth in series 5, achieved a number-one single ("Once") and a number-one album (Songs from the Tainted Cherry Tree).
Series 6 winner Joe McElderry was the first contestant to release four albums.
Series 6 runner-up Olly Murs has had nine top 20 singles, including four number-ones, as well as three top ten albums.
One Direction, who came third in series 7, are the most successful X Factor contestants worldwide. They have had nine UK top 10 singles, including three number-ones.
Series 8 winners Little Mix have achieved two number-one singles with "Cannonball" and "Wings".
Ella Henderson came in 6th place in 2012 and has since had a number one single with Ghost.

The X Factor is a British television singing talent show. It has been broadcast annually since 2004. The winners and finalists of the show have seen varied levels of success, but have gone on to produce a total of 35 number ones and 57 UK chart hits.[1] Sales figures show that artists from the show have sold around 30 million singles and over 18 million albums.[2] Leona Lewis has sold 8.5 million records in the UK, making her the biggest-selling X Factor act in the UK, followed by Olly Murs, JLS, One Direction and Alexandra Burke.[2][3]

All ten winners of the show—Steve Brookstein, Shayne Ward, Lewis, Leon Jackson, Burke, Joe McElderry, Matt Cardle, Little Mix, James Arthur and Sam Bailey—have reached the top spot with their winner's singles. The winning contestant's single from 2004–2010 (and again in 2013) was released in time for the end-of-year chart battle for the UK's Christmas number one, a spot which was gained in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2013. In 2011 and 2012, the winner's single was released a week earlier. All of the winners' singles have gone on to achieve the number one chart position nevertheless, with Brookstein and McElderry both instead claiming the New Year's number one spot a week later in 2004 and 2009 respectively, while Little Mix achieved the top spot a week earlier in 2011. In 2012, Arthur achieved the number one spot a week earlier as well, but also claimed the New Year's number one spot, making him the first (and currently only) winner to regain the top spot on the charts.[4]

In 2008, the finalists from the fifth series released a cover version of Mariah Carey's "Hero" to raise money for the charity Help for Heroes; the single charted at number one in the United Kingdom. In 2009, the finalists of that year released a cover of Michael Jackson's "You Are Not Alone", in 2010, they released a cover of "Heroes", and in 2011 they released a cover of "Wishing on a Star" featuring former finalists JLS and One Direction. The process was discontinued in 2012, although Arthur and Bailey's winner's singles were both released as charity singles.

Singles[edit]

Artist Series Position in show Song title UK release date UK peak chart
position
Ref(s)
Brookstein, SteveSteve Brookstein 1 Winner "Against All Odds" 20 December 2004 1 [5]
"Fighting Butterflies" 2 October 2006 193 [6]
G4 Runners-up "Bohemian Rhapsody" 14 March 2005 9 [7]
Ward, ShayneShayne Ward 2 Winner "That's My Goal" 21 December 2005 1 [8]
"No Promises" 10 April 2006 2 [8]
"Stand by Me" 10 July 2006 14 [8]
"No U Hang Up"/"If That's OK with You" 24 September 2007 2 [8]
"Breathless" 19 November 2007 6 [8]
"Gotta Be Somebody" 7 November 2010 12 [8]
Abraham, AndyAndy Abraham Runner-up "Hang Up" 27 March 2006 65 [9]
"December Brings Me Back to You" 11 December 2006 18 [9]
"Even If" 19 May 2008 67 [9]
Chico 5th "It's Chico Time" 27 February 2006 1 [10]
"D.I.S.C.O." 14 August 2006 24 [10]
"Curvy Cola Bottle Body" 8 October 2007 45 [10]
The Dolly Rockers Judges' houses "Gold Digger" 29 August 2009 46 [11]
Maria Lawson 8th "Sleepwalking" 14 August 2006 20 [12]
Avenue 3 Judges' houses "Last Goodbye" 22 September 2008 50 [13]
Lewis, LeonaLeona Lewis Winner "A Moment Like This" 17 December 2006 1 [14]
"Bleeding Love" 19 October 2007 1 [14]
"Better in Time"/"Footprints in the Sand" 7 March 2008 2 [14]
"Forgive Me" 3 November 2008 5 [14]
"Run" 30 November 2008 1 [14]
"Happy" 8 November 2009 2 [14]
"I Got You" 21 February 2010 14 [14]
"Collide" 3 September 2011 4 [14]
"Trouble" 7 October 2012 7 [14]
"Lovebird" 16 November 2012 DNC [15]
"One More Sleep" 5 November 2013 3 [14]
Jackson, LeonLeon Jackson 4 Winner "When You Believe" 16 December 2007 1 [16]
"Don't Call This Love" 12 October 2008 3 [16]
"Creative" 15 November 2008 94 [16]
Same Difference 3rd "We R One" 24 November 2008 13 [17]
"Shine On Forever (Photo Frame)" 29 August 2010 100 [citation needed]
Burke, AlexandraAlexandra Burke 5 Winner "Hallelujah" 17 December 2008 1 [18]
"Bad Boys" 12 October 2009 1 [18]
"Broken Heels" 11 January 2010 8 [18]
"All Night Long" 3 May 2010 4 [18]
"Start Without You" 23 August 2010 1 [18]
"The Silence" 6 December 2010 16 [18]
"Elephant" 13 March 2012 3 [18]
"Let It Go" 27 May 2012 33 [18]
JLS Runners-up "Beat Again" 12 July 2009 1 [19]
"Everybody in Love" 1 November 2009 1 [19]
"One Shot" 22 February 2010 6 [19]
"The Club Is Alive" 11 July 2010 1 [19]
"Love You More" 14 November 2010 1 [19]
"Eyes Wide Shut" 13 February 2011 8 [19]
"She Makes Me Wanna" 22 July 2011 1 [19]
"Take a Chance on Me" 4 November 2011 2 [19]
"Do You Feel What I Feel?" 1 January 2012 16 [19]
"Proud" 16 March 2012 6 [19]
"Hottest Girl in the World" 21 October 2012 6 [19]
"Billion Lights" 15 November 2013 14 [19]
Quigg, EoghanEoghan Quigg 3rd "28,000 Friends 6 April 2009 96 [20]
"The Movie Song" 2 March 2014 DNC
Vickers, DianaDiana Vickers 4th "Once" 19 April 2010 1 [21]
"The Boy Who Murdered Love" 18 July 2010 36 [21]
"My Wicked Heart" 17 October 2010 13 [21]
"Cinderella" 21 July 2013 76 [citation needed]
"Music to Make Boys Cry" 15 September 2013 DNC
Ruth Lorenzo 5th "Dancing in the Rain" 18 March 2014 102
The X Factor finalists 2008 All 12 finalists "Hero" 27 October 2008 1 [22]
Joe McElderry 6 Winner "The Climb" 14 December 2009 1 [23]
"Ambitions" 10 October 2010 6 [23]
"Someone Wake Me Up" 5 December 2010 68 [23]
"Last Christmas" 19 December 2011 68 [23]
Olly Murs Runner-up "Please Don't Let Me Go" 29 August 2010 1 [24]
"Thinking of Me" 21 November 2010 4 [24]
"Heart on My Sleeve" 6 March 2011 20 [24]
"Busy" 29 May 2011 45 [24]
"Heart Skips a Beat" 21 August 2011 1 [24]
"Dance with Me Tonight" 20 November 2011 1 [24]
"Oh My Goodness" 1 April 2012 13 [24]
"Troublemaker" 18 November 2012 1 [24]
"Army of Two" 10 March 2013 12 [24]
"Dear Darlin'" 26 May 2013 5 [24]
"Right Place Right Time" 25 August 2013 27 [24]
"Hand on Heart" 22 November 2013 25 [24]
"Wrapped Up" 16 November 2014 3 [24]
Stacey Solomon 3rd "Driving Home for Christmas" 18 December 2011 27 [25]
Jedward 6th "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)" 5 February 2010 2 [26]
"All the Small Things" 18 July 2010 80 [27]
"Lipstick" 12 February 2011 40 [26]
"Bad Behaviour" 3 July 2011 60 [26]
"Wow Oh Wow" 20 November 2011 DNC
"Waterline" 24 February 2012 122
"Young Love" 18 June 2012 DNC
"Luminous" 15 October 2012 DNC
The X Factor finalists 2009 All 12 finalists "You Are Not Alone" 16 November 2009 1 [22]
Matt Cardle 7 Winner "When We Collide" 13 December 2010 1 [28]
"Run for Your Life" 10 October 2011 6 [28]
"Starlight" 4 December 2011 185
"Amazing" 19 February 2012 84
"It's Only Love" 29 October 2012 DNC
"Anyone Else" 31 December 2012 175 [citation needed]
"Loving You" 18 August 2013 14 [28]
"When You Were My Girl" 19 February 2012 DNC
Rebecca Ferguson Runner-up "Nothing's Real but Love" 20 November 2011 10 [29]
"Too Good to Lose" 2 March 2012 186 [citation needed]
"Glitter & Gold" 29 April 2012 116 [citation needed]
"Backtrack" 14 October 2012 15 [29]
"I Hope" 1 December 2013 15 [29]
One Direction 3rd "What Makes You Beautiful" 11 September 2011 1 [30]
"Gotta Be You" 11 November 2011 3 [30]
"One Thing" 6 January 2012 9 [30]
"More than This" 26 June 2012 86 [citation needed]
"Live While We're Young" 30 September 2012 3 [30]
"Little Things" 11 November 2012 1 [30]
"Kiss You" 7 January 2013 9 [30]
"One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" 17 February 2013 1 [30]
"Best Song Ever" 22 July 2013 2 [30]
"Story of My Life" 25 October 2013 2 [30]
"Midnight Memories" 9 March 2014 39 [30]
"You & I" 25 May 2014 19 [30]
"Steal My Girl" 29 September 2014 3 [30]
"Night Changes" 14 November 2014 23 [30]
Cher Lloyd 4th "Swagger Jagger" 31 July 2011 1 [31]
"With Ur Love" 31 October 2011 4 [31]
"Want U Back" 19 March 2012 25 [31]
"Sirens" 20 July 2014 41 [31]
Aiden Grimshaw 9th "Is This Love" 3 June 2012 35 [32]
"Curtain Call" 12 August 2012 49 [32]
The X Factor finalists 2010 All 16 finalists "Heroes" 21 November 2010 1 [22]
Little Mix 8 Winner "Cannonball" 11 December 2011 1 [33]
"Wings" 26 August 2012 1 [33]
"DNA" 11 November 2012 3 [33]
"Change Your Life" 3 February 2013 12 [33]
"How Ya Doin'?" 17 April 2013 16 [33]
"Move" 25 October 2013 3 [33]
"Little Me" 30 December 2013 14 [33]
"Word Up!" 16 March 2014 6 [33]
"Salute" 1 June 2014 6 [33]
Marcus Collins Runner-up "Seven Nation Army" 4 March 2012 9 [34]
"Mercy" 10 June 2012 194 [35]
Amelia Lily 3rd "You Bring Me Joy" 9 September 2012 2 [36]
"Shut Up (and Give Me Whatever You Got)" 18 January 2013 11 [36]
"Party Over" 21 April 2013 40 [36]
"California" 5 September 2014 83 [37]
Misha B 4th "Home Run" 15 July 2012 11 [38]
"Do You Think of Me" 4 November 2012 9 [38]
"Here's to Everything (Ooh La La)" 11 May 2013 35 [38]
Janet Devlin 5th "Wonderful" 13 November 2013 DNC
Frankie Cocozza 8th "She's Got a Motorcycle" 12 November 2012 89
The X Factor finalists 2011 featuring JLS and One Direction All 16 finalists "Wishing on a Star" 27 November 2011 1 [22]
James Arthur 9 Winner "Impossible" 9 December 2012 1 [39]
"You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You" 20 October 2013 2 [39]
"Recovery" 15 December 2013 19 [39]
"Get Down" 3 March 2014 DNC [39]
Jahméne Douglas Runner-up "Titanium" 22 July 2013 94
"Forever Young" 4 November 2013 DNC
Union J 4th "Carry You" 2 June 2013 6 [40]
"Beautiful Life" 21 October 2013 8 [40]
"Loving You Is Easy" 15 December 2013 173
"Tonight (We Live Forever)" 16 August 2014 9
Ella Henderson 6th "Ghost" 8 June 2014 1 [41]
"Glow" 5 October 2014 7 [41]
Lucy Spraggan 7th "Last Night (Beer Fear)" 1 September 2012 11 [42]
"Lighthouse" 27 July 2013 26 [42]
"Tea and Toast" 19 October 2013 50 [42]
Sam Bailey 10 Winner "Skyscraper" 28 December 2013 1 [43]
Nicholas McDonald Runner-up "Answerphone" 16 March 2014 73 [44]
Rough Copy 4th "Street Love" 29 June 2014 192
Kingsland Road 9th "Dirty Dancer" 10 August 2014 85 [45]

Albums[edit]

Only albums that charted in the Top 100 of the UK Albums Chart are included in this list.

Artist Series Position in show Album title UK release date UK peak chart
position
Ref(s)
Steve Brookstein 1 Winner Heart and Soul 9 May 2005 1 [5]
G4 Runners-up G4 28 February 2005 1 [7]
G4 & Friends 28 November 2005 6 [7]
Act Three 27 November 2006 21 [7]
Rowetta 4th Rowetta 3 October 2005 89 [46]
Voices with Soul 6th Celebration 16 December 2005 87 [47]
Shayne Ward 2 Winner Shayne Ward 17 April 2006 1 [8]
Breathless 26 November 2007 2 [8]
Obsession 15 November 2010 15 [8]
Andy Abraham Runner-up The Impossible Dream 20 March 2006 2 [9]
Soul Man 13 November 2006 19 [47]
Journey South 3rd Journey South 20 March 2006 1 [47]
Home 22 October 2007 43 [47]
Maria Lawson 8th Maria Lawson 28 August 2006 41 [12]
Leona Lewis 3 Winner Spirit 9 November 2007 1 [14]
Echo 16 November 2009 1 [14]
Glassheart 15 October 2012 3 [14]
Christmas, with Love 29 November 2013 13 [14]
Ray Quinn Runner-up Doing It My Way 12 March 2007 1 [47]
Ben Mills 3rd Picture of You 12 March 2007 3 [47]
The MacDonald Brothers 4th The MacDonald Brothers 2 April 2007 18 [48]
The World Outside 15 October 2007 41 [48]
Leon Jackson 4 Winner Right Now 20 October 2008 4 [16]
Rhydian Roberts Runner-up Rhydian 24 November 2008 3 [49]
O Fortuna 30 November 2009 25 [49]
Waves 13 August 2011 39 [49]
One Day like This 7 April 2014 19 [49]
Same Difference 3rd Pop 1 December 2008 22 [17]
The Rest Is History 7 February 2011 100 [17]
Alexandra Burke 5 Winner Overcome 19 October 2009 1 [18]
Heartbreak on Hold 4 June 2012 15 [18]
JLS Runners-up JLS 9 November 2009 1 [19]
Outta This World 22 November 2010 2 [19]
Jukebox 14 November 2011 2 [19]
Evolution 5 November 2012 3 [19]
Goodbye – The Greatest Hits 18 November 2013 6 [19]
Eoghan Quigg 3rd Eoghan Quigg 6 April 2009 14 [20]
Diana Vickers 4th Songs from the Tainted Cherry Tree 3 May 2010 1 [21]
Music to Make Boys Cry 15 September 2013 37 [21]
Ruth Lorenzo 5th Planeta Azul 27 October 2014
Joe McElderry 6 Winner Wide Awake 25 October 2010 3 [23]
Classic 22 August 2011 2 [23]
Classic Christmas 25 November 2011 15 [23]
Here's What I Believe 10 September 2012 8 [23]
Olly Murs Runner-up Olly Murs 28 November 2010 2 [24]
In Case You Didn't Know 25 November 2011 1 [24]
Right Place Right Time 26 November 2012 1 [24]
Jedward 6th Planet Jedward 16 July 2010 17 [26]
Victory 15 August 2011 34 [26]
Young Love 22 June 2012 63 [26]
Matt Cardle 7 Winner Letters 17 October 2011 2 [28]
The Fire 29 October 2012 8 [28]
Porcelain 28 October 2013 11 [28]
Rebecca Ferguson Runner-up Heaven 5 December 2011 3 [29]
Freedom 29 November 2013 6 [29]
One Direction 3rd Up All Night 18 November 2011 2 [30]
Take Me Home 12 November 2012 1 [30]
Midnight Memories 25 November 2013 1 [30]
Four 17 November 2014 1 [30]
Cher Lloyd 4th Sticks and Stones 7 November 2011 4 [50]
Sorry I'm Late 28 July 2014 21 [50]
Mary Byrne 5th Mine & Yours 28 March 2011 6 [51]
...with Love 5 March 2012 28 [51]
Aiden Grimshaw 9th Misty Eye 20 August 2012 19 [32]
Little Mix 8 Winner DNA 19 November 2012 3 [33]
Salute 8 November 2013 4 [33]
Marcus Collins Runner-up Marcus Collins 12 March 2012 7 [34]
Janet Devlin 5th Running with Scissors 9 June 2014 43 [52]
James Arthur 9 Winner James Arthur 4 November 2013 2 [39]
Jahméne Douglas Runner-up Love Never Fails 22 July 2013 1 [53]
Union J 4th Union J 28 October 2013 6 [40]
Ella Henderson 6th Chapter One 13 October 2014 1 [41]
Lucy Spraggan 7th Top Room at the Zoo 8 September 2012 22 [42]
Join the Club 19 October 2013 7 [42]
Sam Bailey 10 Winner The Power of Love 24 March 2014 1 [43]
Nicholas McDonald Runner-up In the Arms of an Angel 1 March 2014 6 [44]

See also[edit]

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