McFly To Hold On
McFly look set to remain top of the UK singles chart.
The excitable guitar-pop outfit's debut '5 Colours In Her Hair' is unlikely to be toppled from the number one perch on Sunday (April 11), as midweek figures show them to be leading the pack pretty comfortably.
The only top five new entry is set to come from The Rasmus with 'In The Shadows', while Special D's 'Come With Me', Beyonce's 'Naughty Girl' and Narcotic Thrust's 'I Like It' are all heading for new entries further down the top ten.
Outside the top ten, new entries are on the cards for Michelle, the one-member-lighter Big Brovaz, Zutons, Ordinary Boys, G Unit, Sharlene Hector, Wiley and 22-20's.
Atomic Kitten are set to claim the highest new entry in the album charts with their 'Greatest Hits'.