Robbie Williams is dominating the UK music charts for a third week.
His single Somethin' Stupid and album Swing When You're Winning have retained their British number one spots.
Williams, whose duet with Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman claimed the Christmas number one, was followed in at number two by Daniel Bedingfield who rose one place from third with Gotta Get Thru This.
Pub crooner Gordon Haskell replaced Bedingfield at number three after his spirited battle with Williams for the coveted Christmas number one ended in defeat.
Haskell's song How Wonderful You Are was followed in at number four by non-mover Sophie Ellis Bextor with Murder On The Dancefloor.
The Stereophonics, also a non-mover, made up the top five with Handbags And Gladrags followed by Ian Van Dahl who rose one place to six with Will I.
S Club 7 dropped one place to seven with Have You Ever while Dublin's Samantha Mumba remained steady at number eight with Lately.
Kate Winslet became the highest mover within the Top Ten, jumping two places from 11 to nine with What If.
And Hermes House Band completed the line-up at number 10 with Country Roads.