He still can't find the way to Amarillo...

Crooner TONY CHRISTIE has held on to the UK number one spot for another week.

His Comic Relief version of hit ‘(Is This The Way To) Amarillo?’ featuring Peter Kay has fought off competition from Mariah Carey, Kylie and Rachel Stevens, who all have new entries inside the top ten.

Outside the ten, [a][/a] enter at 30 with ‘Laika’, Yeti score their first chart placing at 36 with ‘Never Lose Your Sense Of Wonder’ and Bullet For My Valentine are new at 40 with ’4 Words (To Choke Upon)’.

Tony Christie also holds on to the top spot on the album chart with his ‘Definitive Collection’ while New Order are the highest new entry at five with ‘Waiting For The Sirens’ Call’.

The official UK top ten singles are:

1. ‘(Is This The Way To) Amarillo’ – Tony Christie fest Peter Kay
2. ‘You’re The Devil In Disguise’ – Elvis Presley
3. ‘Let Me Love You’ – Mario
4. ‘It’s Like That’ – Mariah Carey
5. ‘Candy Shop’ – 50 Cent
6. ‘Giving You Up’ – Kylie Minogue
7. ‘All About You’ / ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ – McFly
8. ‘Switch’ – Will Smith
9. ‘Time To Grow’ – Lemar
10. ‘Negotiate With Love’ – Rachel Stevens

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