X Factor finalists are Number One

Plus Pink knocks AC/DC off the album chart summit

‘The X Factor’ song ‘Hero’ has knocked Girls Aloud off the top of the UK singles chart.

The track, which has sold 313,244 copies in its first week and is tipped to be the decade’s fastest-selling charity single, will see all profits go to the Help The Heroes charity and the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

Elsewhere, Alicia Keys and Jack White‘s James Bond theme tune ‘Another Way To Die’ went up eight places to Number 10 following the release of the new movie ‘Quantum Of Solace’.

In the album chart, Pink has knocked AC/DC off the top with her new album ‘Funhouse’, while Snow Patrol went straight in at Number Two with ‘A Hundred Million Suns’.

Elsewhere, Bloc Party shot straight in at eight with the physical release of their third album ‘Intimacy’.

The UK Top Ten singles are:

1. X Factor Finalists – ‘Hero’

2. Girls Aloud – ‘The Promise’

3. Pink – ‘So What’

4. The Guru Josh Project – ‘Infinity 2008’

5. Kings Of Leon – ‘Sex On Fire’

6. Katy Perry – ‘Hot ‘N’ Cold’

7. The Saturdays – ‘Up’

8. Kanye West – ‘Love Lockdown’

9. Razorlight – ‘Wire To Wire’

10. Alicia Keys And Jack White – ‘Another Way To Die’

The UK Top Ten albums are:

1. Pink – ‘Funhouse

2. Snow Patrol – ‘A Hundred Million Suns’

3. AC/DC – ‘Black Ice’

4. Kings Of Leon – ‘Only By The Night’

5. Celine Dion – ‘My Love – The Essential Collection’

6. Daniel O’Donnell – ‘Country Boy’

7. Katherine Jenkins – ‘Sacred Arias’

8. Bloc Party – ‘Intimacy’

9. Sash – ‘The Best Of’

10. Oasis – ‘Dig Out Your Soul’