The 1956 Elvis number one hit, Hound Dog, has reached number 14 in the UK music charts 30 years after the singer's death.
Elvis' return to the charts comes 30 years after his death
Sean Kingston has topped the chart after holding second place last week with Beautiful Girls.
Rapper Kanye West dropped one place to number two with his track, Stronger.
Newton Faulkner's Hand Built By Robots stayed at number one in the album charts, keeping Amy Winehouse's Back to Black from reaching the top spot.
The highest new entry in the singles chart was The Creeps (Get on the Dancefloor) by Freaks, which charted at number nine.
Other new entries included former Neighbours soap star turned singer Natalie Imbruglia's Glorious at 23.
UK TOP FIVE SINGLES
1. Beautiful Girls - Sean Kingston
2. Stronger - Kanye West
3. Hey There Deliah - Plain White T's
4. With Every Heartbeat - Robyn with Kleerup
5. Shut Up and Drive - Rihanna
Source: Official Charts Company
Scottish singer KT Tunstall climbed 18 places to chart at number 21 with Hold On.
She was closely followed by Athlete, who climbed 17 places to reach 31 with Hurricane.
Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars spends its 52nd week in the chart at number 61, making it the first single since New Order's Blue Monday to clock up a full calendar year in the top 75.
Former Beatle Ringo Starr was one of two new entries to hit the album chart, with his Photograph - The Very Best Of album charting at 26.
Hey Venus by Super Furry Animals charted at 11.
Rihanna's Good Girl Gone Bad jumped six places to number six in the album chart.
The King by Elvis Presley didn't fare as well as his Hound Dog single, and fell two places to number four.
Maroon 5 climbed 24 places to 17 with It Won't Be Soon Before Long, and London teenager Kate Nash remained in the top 10 with Made of Bricks, which fell one place to five.