Olly Murs has scored a chart double this weekend with both his single and album hitting the top spot on the UK charts.
That's right Olly, you're number one! Copyright [Wenn]
The Xtra Factor host continued his reign over the charts with single 'Troublemaker' spending its second week at number while album number three, 'Right Place, Right Time' also debuted at number one.
And if that wasn't impressive enough, Olly's album also became the fastest selling record by a solo male artist of 2012, shifting an impressive 127,000 copies on its first week of release.
It seems that Olly Murs is the unstoppable man.
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Olly now joins One Direction, Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow in the elite chart double club of 2012.
Talking to the Official Charts Company about the result, Olly Murs was clearly a happy chappy.
He said: "What an amazing result! Being top of the Official Singles AND Albums Charts is incredible.
"Thanks to everyone who bought my album, and I'm so happy you're all loving 'Troublemaker' for a second week in a row!"
However, this week's chart wasn't so kind to comeback Queens Girls Aloud.
Their greatest hits album 'Ten' just about scraped into the top ten landing at number nine.
Over on the singles chart, the girls track 'Something New' dropped a huge 12 places, slipping from last week's number two to this week's number 14.
Let's just hope their comeback tour sales figures are somewhat more impressive.