The Shontelle cover has now sold 971,000 copies in just four weeks, which is quite literally a lot. It holds off will.i.am and Britney's 'Scream & Shout' yet again, this time beating them by just 6,000 copies.
There are no new entries in the entire Top 40, but a lot of songs move up the chart including Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Rihanna and Swedish House Mafia who all shift about in the Top Ten.
On the album chart, Calvin Harris' '18 Months' climbs six places back to the Number One spot, knocking poor, ignored Emeli Sandé down to Number 2 with 'Our Version Of Events'.
Sandé can console herself however with the fact that the album now holds the record for the most number of consecutive Top 10 weeks for a solo debut album, having nestled in the 'upper echelons' for 47 weeks (!).
Due to a combination of lots of people spending Christmas gift cards and albums being sold cheaply on iTunes, the Top 40 is mainly made up of albums going up and going down, with little in the way of new entries. Apols.