This Week's Top Ten
Take That get another numero uno while Kaiser Chiefs won't be too upset either...
Take That are the undisputed kings of pop, with two out of two of their comeback tunes now hitting the top spot. (Check that out 5ive, Boyzone and Steps).
The Manc lads were celebrating last night (February 4) after Mark-trilled 'Shine', knocked Kaiser Chiefs' 'Ruby' down to No 2.
And it's a good week for Gwen Stefani - with 'The Sweet Escape' racing up the charts to No 3 - and the Gossip gang. Beth Ditto's troop are at No 7 with the rockin' 'Standing In The Way Of Control'.
Dance act Cascada meanwhile, get the highest new entry at 8 with 'Miracle'.
In the album charts, Kaisers celebrate going top spot with their new long-player 'Yours Truly Angry Mob', while the 'That boys will no doubt be chuffed their 'Beautiful World' has moved back up to No 2.
And while it's been a month of woe for Lily Allen, losing out on Brit and NME awards, she'll be happy to see that 'Alright, Still' still clings to its place in the top ten.
Singles Top Ten
1, Take That, 'Shine'
2, Kaiser Chiefs, 'Ruby'
3, Gwen Stefani Ft Akon, 'The Sweet Escape'
4 Mika, 'Grace Kelly'
5, Fray, 'How To Save A Life'
6, Kelis Ft Cee-lo, 'Lil Star'
7, Gossip, 'Standing In The Way Of Control'
8, Cascada, 'Miracle'
9, Akon Ft Snoop Dogg, 'I Wanna Love You'
10, Justin Timberlake, 'What Goes Around Comes Around'
Albums Top Ten
1, Kaiser Chiefs, 'Yours Truly Angry Mob'
2, Take That, 'Beautiful World'
3, Amy Winehouse, 'Back To Black'
4, Mika, 'Life In Cartoon Motion'
5, Snow Patrol, 'Eyes Open'
6, Killers, 'Sam's Town'
7, Fray, 'How To Save A Life'
8, Nelly Furtado, 'Loose'
9, Hayley Westenra, 'Treasure'
10, Lily Allen, 'Alright Still'