Scottish singer Stevie stormed to victory as the winner of the BBC One talent show over the weekend, and now it looks like he's set to secure his first chart-topping hit.
According to the Official Charts Company, 'Lost Stars' is currently ahead of its nearest competitor, Nick Jonas' 'Jealous' by nearly 4,000 combined chart sales.
This would make it the highest charting single from a Voice UK winner ever, overtaking series two winner Andrea Begley, whose rendition of Evanescence's 'My Immortal', reached Number 30 in 2013.
After beating Irish opera singer Lucy O'Byrne to the coveted spot on Saturday night's live final, fans were able to purchase Stevie's cover of Adam Levine's hit 'Lost Stars' at midnight.
Last week, The Voice UK announced that for the first time ever, the winner will release their debut single just hours after the live show. Previous winners of the show release their debut single around nine months to one year after winning.
The show's decision to release the winner's single imminently follows a similar format to The X Factor, where the winner performs their single on the final night and it gets released via digital download instantly.
Stevie's win on the show landed him a record deal with Universal Music. Proceeds from 'Lost Stars' will go towards the BBC's Performing Arts Fund.
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