Natasha Holds On
Natasha Holds On to top spot
Natasha Bedingfield has held onto the UK singles chart top spot for a second week with 'These Words'.
Bedingfield and her shiny teeth held strong, fending off The 411 like a nasty case of plaque " forcing their second outing 'Dumb' to settle for the week's highest new entry at number three. 3 Of A Kind's 'Babycakes' sits tight at number two.
The second highest new entry is 'She Will Be Loved' from MTV Video Music Award winners Maroon 5, crooning in at four. Sugababes' 'Caught In A Moment' enters at eight, Mousse T's 'Is It Cos I'm Cool' enters at nine and Dizzee Rascal's 'Stand up Tall' enters at 10.
Outside the top 10, Lostprophets' 'Last Summer' enters at 13, Raghav's 'Let's Work It Out' enters at 15 and Faithless' 'I Want More' enters at 22.
In the album chart, Prodigy enter at the top with their long-awaited return 'Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned'.
A bit further down, Finn Brothers' 'Everyone Is Here' enters at eight, R Kellys 'Happy People/U Saved Me' enters at 11 and Alexander ONeal's 'Greatest Hits' enters at 12.