X-Factor runner-up Taylor Henderson has knocked winner Dami Im from the top of the ARIA singles chart.
Henderson’s post-show single Borrow My Heart has debuted at No.1 on the Australian music charts this week.
Eminem’s new track The Monster, featuring Rihanna, jumps eleven places to No.2 pushing Roar by Katy Perry down a place to No.3.
Last week’s No.1 Alive by Im is down to No.4, while Nathaniel has moved back up a couple of places to No.5 with You.
Third placed X-Factor act Jai Waetford scores his first Top 10 entry by debuting at No.6 with his first solo original single Your Eyes.
Avicii’s Hey Brother sits at No.7 followed by Timber for Pitbull and Ke$ ha at No.8.
Australian group Justice Crew are down a place to No.9 with Everybody.
Sitting at No.10 is Guy Sebastian’s new release Like a Drum.
US rapper Eminem holds the No.1 album in Australia.
His eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 tops the chart on debut – making it Eminem’s seventh No.1 album in Australia.
Katy Perry’s Prism drops back a place to No.2. Debuting at No.3 is the fourth studio album for Arcade Fire entitled Reflektor.
Lorde is down a couple of places to No.4 with Pure Heroine, and also dropping two places are Moon Landing by James Blunt and Like a Version Vol.9 to No.5 and No.6 respectively.
Avril Lavigne’s self-titled album comes in at No.7.
Tina Arena’s Reset is down to No.8 followed by Avicii’s True at No.9.
Rounding out the top 10 is Andre Rieu’s Celebrates Abba/Music of the Night. It is Rieu’s sixth Top 10 album in Australia.