And it's good news for Green Day in the album chart...

‘X FACTOR’ winner STEVE BROOKSTEIN has knocked BAND AID 20 from the top to become the UK’s first Number One single of 2005.

The reality TV’s star’s version of Phil Collins’ ‘Against All Odds’ swapped places with the charity single, with Kylie Minogue moving up one place with ‘I Believe In You’.

The Top Ten is:

Steve Brookstein – ‘Against All Odds’

Band Aid 20 – ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’

Kylie Minogue – ‘I Believe In You’

Ronan Keating feat. Yusuf – ‘Father and Son’

Ice Cube feat Mack 10 & Ms Toi – ‘You Can Do It’

Green Day – ‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’

Uniting Nations – ‘Out Of Touch’

Lemar – ‘If There’s Any Justice’

Nelly & Christina Aguilera – ‘Tilt Ya Head’

Natasha Bedingfield – ‘Unwritten’

In the album chart, Green Day top the chart with ‘American Idiot’, while Robbie Williams’ ‘Greatest Hits’ falls to Nine.