Eamon On Top
Eamon has topped the UK singes chart with 'F*ck It (I Don't Want You Back)'.
The track, in which Eamon is a little bit angry, topped the US chart earlier this year and stayed there for a month.
The second highest new entry comes from D12 with 'My Band' at number two, while Libertines frontman Peter Doherty's collaboration with Wolfman, 'For Lovers', enters at seven.
Outside the top ten, ABBA star Agnetha Faltskog enters at 11 with 'If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind', Joe's 'Ride Wit U/More & More' enters at 12 thanks to a little help from G Unit and J C Chasez enters at 13 with 'Some Girls/Blowin Me Up'.
Janet Jackson enters at a disappointing 15 with her comeback single 'Just A Little While', while Hilary Duff touches down at 18 with 'Come Clean'.
Further down still, Snow Patrol, Dido, Bellefire and Beta Band all bag new entries.
In the album chart, Guns N' Roses' 'Greatest Hits' climbs up to number one, swapping places with last week's top-spot holder Anastacia.
Diana Krall's 'The Girl In The Other Room' LP claims the week's only top-ten new entry.