Rihanna prevents Take That from topping UK singles chart

Plus Susan Boyle is Number One in UK albums chart and Cee-Lo-Green scores a high new entry

Rihanna has managed to keep Take That off the top of the UK singles chart tonight (November 14).

The singer stays at the summit for the second week with her single ‘Only Girl (In The World)’ keeping ‘The Flood’, Take That‘s first single for over 15 years with their original line-up, in second place.

Elsewhere, the Royal British Legion‘s poppy appeal single ‘2 Minute Silence’, which features no audio whatsoever and a video with Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke and Mark Ronson, is in at Number 20.

My Chemical Romance‘s comeback single ‘Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)’ is also a new entry at 31.

Meanwhile Susan Boyle has knocked Cheryl Cole off the top of the UK albums chart.

The 49-year-old Scottish singer, who shot to prominence in last year’s Britain’s Got Talent, has scored her second Number One LP with her Christmas covers record ‘The Gift’, which features a version of Lou Reed‘s ‘Perfect Day’ and traditional Christmas carols.

Elsewhere, Cee Lo Green is straight in at Number 10 with his album ‘The Lady Killer’ and Ray Davies is two places below with his collaboration LP ‘See My Friends’.

Jay-Z also goes in at 20 with ‘The Hits Collection: Vol 1’.

The UK top 10 singles are:

1. Rihanna – ‘Only Girl (In The World)’
2. Take That – ‘The Flood’
3. Katy Perry – ‘Firework’
4. McFly – ‘Shine A Light’ (Feat Taio Cruz)
5. Alexis Jordan – ‘Happiness’
6. Mike Posner – ‘Cooler Than Me’
7. Cheryl Cole – ‘Promise This’
8. Bruno Mars – ‘Just The Way You Are (Amazing)’
9. Adele – ‘Make You Feel My Love’
10. Cee Lo Green – ‘Forget You’

The UK top 10 albums are:

1. Susan Boyle – ‘The Gift’
2. Bon Jovi – ‘Greatest Hits’
3. Cheryl Cole – ‘Messy Little Raindrops’
4. James Blunt – ‘Some Kind Of Trouble’
5. Michael Buble – ‘Crazy Love’
6. Kings Of Leon – ‘Come Around Sundown’
7. Rumer – ‘Seasons Of My Soul’
8. Rod Stewart – ‘Fly Me To The Moon’
9. Katy Perry – ‘Teenage Dream’
10. Cee Lo Green – ‘The Lady Killer’