First she was an outsider to win The Voice, then she went and won it anyway, and now many are unfairly writing her first single off as a flop after the barely-publicised track failed to set the midweek charts alight. It's certainly been a rollercoaster week for Leanne Mitchell.
'Run To You', the Whitney Houston cover she used to cast aside competitors Ruth Brown, Vince Kidd, Bo Bruce and Tyler James in both the semi-final and the final of the BBC singing contest, has been released to iTunes as the star's first official release, but was only at No. 27 in the midweek update yesterday.
And now, already outside the Top 50 on iTunes, it looks set to plunge even lower by the time this week's final listings are revealed on Sunday.
Still, with the track never officially marketed as a "winner's single", and with presenters Reggie Yates and Holly Willoughby unable to mention it at all due to BBC regulations, it's a wonder it's even charted at all.
And the campaign is far from over, as the gorgeous belter spent today shooting a music video for the song.
She looks glammed-up to the nines in pics shared on Twitter, and we can't wait to see the finished cut.
Take a look at the snaps below.