Leona Lewis remains dominant on UK chart twin peaks

She will not be moved

Leona Lewis remains the dominant force on the UK charts this week (November 25) as she holds onto the Number One single and album.

The single ‘Bleeding Love’ has managed to see off a host of big hitters – including Take That, who are at Three with ‘Rule The World’, Kylie who slips to Eight with comeback single ‘2 Hearts’ and Shayne Ward at Six with ‘Breathless’.

Gallows‘Staring at the Rude Bois’ enters at 31.

Meanwhile, on the album charts, the only new entries on the Top 10 come from Girls Aloud at Four with ‘Tangled Up’ and Katherine Jenkins at Three with ‘Rejoice.

The Top 10 UK singles are:

1. Leona Lewis – ‘Bleeding Love’

2. T2 Ft Jodie Aysha – ‘Heartbroken’

3. Take That – ‘Rule The World’

4. Timbaland – ‘Apologize’

5. Mark Ronson feat. Amy Winehouse – ‘Valerie’

6. Shayne Ward – ‘Breathless’

7. Alicia Keys – ‘No One’

8. Kylie Minogue – ‘2 Hearts’

9. Girls Aloud – ‘Call The Shots’

10. Sugababes – ‘About You Now’

The Top 10 UK albums are:

1. Leona Lewis – ‘Spirit’

2. Westlife – ‘Back Home’

3. Katherine Jenkins – ‘Rejoice’

4. Girls Aloud – ‘Tangled Up’

5. Led Zeppelin – ‘Mothership’

6. The Eagles – ‘Long Road Out Of Eden’

7. Spice Girls – ‘Greatest Hits’

8. Andrea Bocelli – ‘Vivere – The Best Of’

9. Take That – ‘Beautiful World’

10. Celine Dion – ‘Taking Chances’