Christina Aguilera has ended Tatu's five week reign by going straight to number one with 'Beautiful'.
This means DJ Sammy's 'The Boys Of The Summer' has been beaten to the top and has to settle for number two.
Tatu's 'All The Things She Said' drops to number three while Junior Senior's 'Move Your Feet' enters at four.
Ainslie Henderson's 'Keep Me A Secret' completes the top five by entering at number five.
Mel C returns to the top ten at number seven with 'Here It Comes Again' and Soda Club featuring Hannah Alethea's rendition of 'Heaven Is A Place On Earth' enters the top twenty at thirteen and Massive Attack's 'Special Cases' goes in at fifteen.
Norwegian click-house duo Royksopp rerelease 'Eple' which charts at sixteen while Zwan's 'Honestly' enters at twenty-eight and Toni Braxton just makes the top thirty with 'Hit The Freeway' at twenty-nine.
In the album charts Norah Jones' 'Come Away With Me' reaps the benefit of the Grammys and jumps from number ten to number one.
Tom Jones' Brit performance sees his 'Greatest Hits' move up one place to number three while Justin Timberlake, who also gained newspaper column inches from his Brit duet with Kylie, drops down to number three from number one.
Appleton enter the charts at nine with 'Everything Is Eventual' and Led Zeppelin return to the charts at fourteen with their 'Very Best Of'.