The Australian star holds on to Number One, while her album 'Fever' is the highest new entry...

KYLIE MINOGUE has retained her position at the top of the UK singles chart.

Her track, ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’, is still Number One in the UK charts published today (October 7), beating off competition from DJ Otzi, whose track ‘Hey Baby’ climbed back one place to Number Two.

New entries this week failed to break the Top Five, with the highest coming from Bell & Spurling, whose paean to the England Football manager Sven Goran Eriksson, ‘Sven Sven Sven’, entered the chart at Number Seven. The only other new entry in the Top Ten was Sum 41, with their track ‘Fat Lip’ at Number Eight.


This week’s Top Ten UK singles are: 1. Kylie Minogue – ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’

2. DJ Otzi – ‘Hey Baby’

3. City High – ‘What Would You Do’

4. Steps – ‘Chain Reaction’ / ‘One For Sorrow’

5. Alien Ant Farm – ‘Smooth Criminal’

6. Liberty – ‘Thinking It Over’


7. Bell & Spurling – ‘Sven Sven Sven’

8. Sum 41 – ‘Fat Lip’

9. Bob The Builder – ‘Mambo No 5’

10. Mary J Blige – ‘Family Affair’

Kylie’s new longplayer ‘Fever’ has also topped the UK album charts. It tops a list of three new entries, beating Elton John’s ‘Songs From The West Coast’ at Number Two and Ian Brown’s ‘Music Of The Spheres’ at Number three.

For a full list of the Top 100 singles and albums, visit the charts section of NME.COM now.