Britain's X Factor finalist Ella Henderson has topped the U.K. charts with her debut album, Chapter One.

The 18 year old discovered she had hit the top of the charts backstage at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards on Sunday afternoon (19Oct14).

The thrilled teenager tells, "To be a part of the music industry as a whole is something I'm learning to embrace, just seeing my name up there with other artists I admire and look up to is so surreal in itself. Being number one with my very first album is where a dream has met reality. It's a moment in time I will never forget."

Ed Sheeran's X, Sam Smith's In The Lonely Hour, George Ezra's Wanted On Voyage and Jessie J's Sweet Talker make up the rest of the top five, while rockers U2 score their 16th top 10 album with Songs Of Innocence.

On the singles chart, Meghan Trainor scores a third week at number one with All About That Bass, keeping Taylor Swift's Shake It Off off the top. One Direction's Steal My Girl is a new entry at number three, ahead of Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud at number four. Jessie J's Bang Bang collaboration with Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj rounds out the U.K. top five.