Jules Fends Off VB
Jules and Andrews' 'Mad World' has held firm to claim its third week at number one and Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne's 'Changes' has showed similar staying power at two, forcing VB's double A-side comeback 'Let Your Head Go/This Groove' to settle for entering at three.
'Fame Academy' runner-up Alistair Griffin enters at five with 'Bring It On/A Lovers Prayer', while Sophie Ellis-Bextor hits the chart at nine with 'I Wont Change You'.
S Club 8 shrug off New Year hangovers to enter at 11 with 'Dont Tell Me You're Sorry'.
Further down the top 40, new entries come care of DMX, Jaydee, Ocean Colour Scene and Craig David, whose 'You Dont Miss Your Water' flops in at 42.