'All This Time' Still On Top
Michelle McManus has notched-up her third consecutive week at number one in the singles chart with 'All This Time'.
As well as McManus, Kelis has also shown serious staying power, sitting pretty at number two with 'Milkshake'.
Aside from OutKast's leap five places back up the chart to four with 'Hey Ya', the only other action in the top ten comes from Scissor Sisters who claim the week's highest new entry at ten with their version of 'Comfortably Numb'.
Outside the top ten, The Offspring enter at 11 with 'Hit That, Maroon 5 enter at 13 with 'Harder To Breathe', The Delays hit the chart at 16 with 'Long Time Coming' and The Zutons enter at 19 with 'Pressure Point'.
Ryan Adams, who has been forced to cancel UK dates after injuring himself falling off the stage during a gig in Liverpool, enters at 21 with 'So Alive'.
in the album chart, Katie Melua has ended Dido's run at the top, claiming it for herself with 'Call Off The Search'.