Immediately after she won the BBC One show's final last Saturday, Island Records digitally issued Mitchell's version of the Whitney Houston hit. However, at this stage of the week it is a long way short of making the Top 10 and more than 2,000 sales away from the Top 20 having sold 6,527 units up to the end of business on Tuesday, according to the Official Charts Company.
The Decca-issued Diamond Jubilee song Sing by Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band is heading for number one this weekend (see separate story) having sold nearly 90,000 copies up to the close of play on Tuesday. A new entry at 11 on last Sunday's chart, it is currently around 64,000 sales ahead of its closest challenger, RCA act Usher's newly-released Scream.
We Are Young by Atlantic/Fueled By Ramen's Fun featuring Janelle Monae dips 2-3 in the week so far, while Ministry of Sound's DJ Fresh featuring Dizzee Rascal is new at four with The Power. Having debuted at one last weekend, the Asylum/Black Butter single Feel The Love by Rudimental featuring John Newman is now down to fifth place in the week to date.
Interscope/Polydor act Carly Rae Jepsen's former number one Call Me Maybe drops 5-6, the Parlophone single Princess Of China by Coldplay and Rihanna climbs 13-7 as Rihanna's Def Jam/Mercury track Where Have You Been falls 6-9, while Island's Alex Clare slips 7-8 with Too Close and Loreen's Eurovision-winning Warner Bros cut Euphoria drops 3-10.
Outside the Top 10, Interscope/Polydor's Nelly Furtado returns with Big Hoops (Bigger The Better) new at 12 in the week so far and the Mercury-issued Overload by Dot Rotten and TMS is new at 14.
Asylum/Atlantic act Ed Sheeran climbs 58-24 with Small Bump after performing it on the final of The Voice on Sunday, while X Factor finalist Aiden Grimshaw's first RCA single Is This Love is new at 30, three places ahead of the newly-issued Mercury single All Around The World by Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris.
The full midweek singles and albums charts are on musicweek.com.