Take That have stormed to the top of the singles chart with Greatest Day, knocking Beyonce into second place after just one week at number one.
The track is the first single from Take That's fifth album, Circus (released today), and their eleventh number one!
Elsewhere in the singles chart, T.I. climbed one position to third place, Killers dropped one position to forth and Katy Perry held onto fifth place.
There were only four other new entries in the top forty this week with X-Factor sister and brother pop-duo Same Difference making the highest entry at number thirteen with We R One.
McFly went in at eighteen with their double A-side single Do Ya/Stay With Me, Britain's Got Talent winner George Sampson went in at thirtieth, whilst recently divorced Madonna scrapped into the top 40 at number thirty-nine with Miles Away.
It was all change at the top of the albums chart with new entries taking four of the top five spots. Killers comfortably took number one with their album Day & Age, followed by the much anticipated and delayed Guns N Roses album Chinese Democracy.
X-Factor runner-up Rhydian went straight in at number three with his self-titled album, Leona Lewis was knocked from number one last week down to number four and The Priests went straight in at number five.
Surprisingly Kanye West's new album 808s & Heratbreaks didn't even make it into the top ten albums, charting at eleventh position.