Mika soars to No1 on the Singles Chart this week with ‘Grace Kelly’, topping the physical and download singles charts and outselling his nearest rival by 2:1
Just Jack has a second week at No2 with ‘Starz In Their Eyes’, ahead of Jojo’s ‘Too Little Too Late’, a non-mover at No3, and Leona’s ‘A Moment Like This’, down to No4 after six weeks on top. Fall Out Boy have this week’s highest climber, up 24 places from No32 to No8 with ‘This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race’ - the lead track from their new album ‘Infinity On High’ and their first Irish Top 30 single. There are two new entries in the low end of this week’s Top 20: Bloc Party ‘The Prayer’ at No18 and Gwen Stefani (feat. Akon) ‘The Sweet Escape’ at No19. There’s no change at the top of the Album Chart this week, with Snow Patrol’s Eyes Open’ at No1 for a fourth consecutive week, but the Top10 is shaken up by four strong new entries. Norah Jones is this week’s highest newcomer at No2 with her third album ‘Not Too Late’ – 2002’s ‘Come Away’ and 2004’s ‘Feels Like Home’ were both multi-platinum Number One albums. The Klaxons have the next new entry at No4 with their debut album ‘Myths Of the Near Future’ and The Shins are new at No8 with their third album ‘Wincing the Night Away’. Finally, Madonna enters at No10 with her live ‘Confessions Tour’ CD/DVD set – faring better than her previous CD/DVD pack ‘I’m Going To Tell You A Secret’ which peaked at No40 last June.