December 14, 2008 19:00

Leona Lewis holds off Kings Of Leon

Take That also stay top of the album chart

Leona Lewis holds off Kings Of Leon
Leona Lewis remains in the Number One spot with her Snow Patrol cover 'Run'.

The track, originally covered for Radio 1's Live Lounge managed to hold off Kings Of Leon who climbed up eight places to Number Two with 'Use Somebody'.

Elsewhere, Terry Wogan returns to the chart for the first time in 30 years with 'Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth', alongside Aled Jones for Children in Need.

In the album chart Lewis' album 'Spirit' rose to Number Two but Take That remain in the top spot for the second week with their new album 'The Circus'.

Britney Spears' similarly titled album 'Circus' fell out of the Top Ten in its second week, dropping 10 places to number 14.

The top ten UK singles are:

1. Leona Lewis – 'Run'
2. Kings Of Leon - 'Use Somebody'
3. Bandaged - 'Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth'
4. Britney Spears – 'Womanizer'
5. Take That – 'Greatest Day'
6. Akon – 'Right Now (Na Na Na)'
7. The Killers – 'Human'
8. Katy Perry – 'Hot N Cold'
9. Beyonce – 'If I Were A Boy'
10. TI ft. Rihanna – 'Live Your Life'


The top ten UK albums are:

1. Take That – 'The Circus'
2. Leona Lewis – 'Spirit'
3. The Killers – 'Day And Age'
4. Kings Of Leon – 'Only By The Night'
5. Il Divo - 'The Promise'
6. Stereophonics – 'Decade In The Sun'
7. Priests – 'The Priests'
8. Girls Aloud – 'Out Of Control'
9. The Best Of'Rhydian – 'Rhydian'
10. Pink - 'Funhouse'


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