Colombian pop star Shakira remained at the top of the UK singles chart for a third week with Hips Don't Lie, a collaboration with Wyclef Jean.
Shakira is currently touring the US
In a slow-moving week in the charts, there was only one new song in the top 10 - Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars, which moved up from 13th position.
The highest new entry was dance track Borderline by Michael Gray featuring Shelly Poole at number 12.
James Morrison remained at number one in the album chart with Undiscovered.
His single, You Give Me Something, moved up one place to number five in the singles chart.
Primal Scream could only manage a new entry at number 40 with Dolls.
There were six new album entries, with Ronan Keating's Bring You Home entering at number 28 and Pink Floyd's live album Pulse charting at number 34.
The only new top 10 album was Orson's Bright Idea, which moved eight places to claim fourth spot.
Massive Attack's best of album debuted at number 40.
Nina Simone's best of album rose two places to number seven.