08:57 04 August 2011
X Factor finalist Cher Lloyd is celebrating today after her debut single came straight in at number one in the midweek charts.
Cher, who recently turned 18, topped the UK chart with her song Swagger Jagger, knocking JLS off the number one spot.
The Wanted slipped into third place, while Ed Sheeran's The A Team and Louder by DJ Fresh held third and fourth places respectively.
Meanwhile, Amy Winehouse continues to dominate the chart, with nine songs in the Top 200.
Her second album, Back to Black, is on course to remain at the top of the album chart, with her debut, Frank, in at number three.
Lloyd has faced a lot of criticism since she left the ITV1 reality show, with the singer recently admitting that she the 'abuse' she receives on Twitter gets her down.
She told BRMB:
"There are old men out there that are writing on my Twitter, saying abusive things. They've probably got daughters and how would they feel if their daughter was in my position?
"They wouldn't like an old man talking to her like that would they.
"People should give me a break. I don't think they understand what they're doing to me. This is what upsets me a lot and makes me think that I don't even want to do this anymore."
Swagger Jagger is available for download now.
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