Michelle Holds On
Michelle McManus has held on to the UK singles chart top spot for a second week with her debut 'All This Time'.
While Michelle stays put at number one, Kelis climbs one place up to number two with her comeback track 'Milkshake' and Franz Ferdinand claim the week's highest new entry at three with 'Take Me Out'.
Outside the top ten, Beyonce enters at 11 with 'Me Myself & I', Liberty X touchdown at 13 with 'Everybody Cries' and Him enter at 15 with 'Funeral Of Hearts'.
Amy Studt enters at 21 with her version of the Sheryl Crow tune 'All I Wanna Do', Stacy Orrico enters at 22 with 'I Promise' and Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster's 'Mister Mental' hits the chart at 25.
The only action in the album chart comes in the shape of Tears For Fears' hits collection 'Tears Roll Down " Greatest Hits 82 - 92' which enters at six on the back of Gary Jules' cover of their track 'Mad World', which bagged the Christmas number one last month.
Dido is still sitting pretty at number one.