Ant & Dec Top UK Singles Chart
Let's Get Ready To Rhumble goes straight in at No 1...
The TV presenters have seen their 1994 hit Let's Get Ready To Rhumble shoot to the top of the Official UK Singles Chart one week after they performed it on their ITV show Saturday Night Takeaway as a joke.
The duo had been playing host to several of the acts appearing on ITV2's The Big Reunion - and had decided to resurrect their most-famous track for a laugh.
But they were astonished when it quickly rose to the top of the iTunes download chart - and later topped the midweek singles chart.
Ant told The Official Charts Company: "Wow. This week has been crazy! We never expected such an amazing reaction to us performing the song on the show. To be number one in the official charts is just unbelievable!"
Pink's Just Give Me A Reason (ft. Nate Reuss) rose one place to No 2, while last week's No 1 - The Saturdays' What About Us (ft. Sean Paul) - dropped two places to No 3.
Justin Timberlake's Mirrors also fell two places to No 4, with Bastille's Pompeii a non-mover at No 5.
Meanwhile over in the Official UK Albums Chart, Justin Timberlake extended his reign at No 1 into a second week with The 20/20 Experience.
Depeche Mode's Delta Machine was a new entry at No 2 and David Bowie's The Next Day slipped one spot to No 3.
Emeli Sande's Our Version Of Events also dropped one place to No 4 - while Bruno Mars rounded out the top five with Unorthodox Jukebox.
The Official UK Top 10 Singles...
1 (-) PJ & Duncan - Let's Get Ready To Rhumble
2 (3) Pink - Just Give Me A Reason (ft. Nate Reuss)
3 (1) The Saturdays - What About Us (ft. Sean Paul)
4 (2) Justin Timberlake - Mirrors
5 (5) Bastille - Pompeii
6 (4) Bruno Mars - When I Was Your Man
7 (-) Charlie Brown - On My Way
8 (8) Bridgit Mendler - Ready Or Not
9 (13) Nelly - Hey Porsche
10 (7) Macklemore - Thrift Shop (ft. Ryan Lewis & Wanz)