Official Charts Analysis: X Factor misses Top 2 debut for the first time ever

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For the first time ever, a Top 2 debut is beyond an X Factor coronation single, allowing Justin Bieber to become the first act in chart history to hold a lock on the Top 2 places for four weeks in a row.

17-year-old Louisa Johnson - who was just six years old when Steve Brookstein won the inaugural season of The X Factor in 2004 - was crowned as The X Factor’s 12th winner on Sunday evening (December 13), ...

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