Jessie J has clinched another week at the top of the UK singles chart, hanging on to the number one spot with her track Domino.
The 23-year-old star knocked American rapper Flo Rida off the top spot last week and on Sunday his track Good Feeling slipped to number five.
Brighton hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks climbed one spot to number two with Mama Do The Hump, while French house music DJ and producer David Guetta's track Titanium, featuring Sia, jumped from number eight to number three.
The highest new entry in the singles chart was Antidote by Swedish House Mafia/Knife Party, which went straight to number four, said the Official UK Charts Company.
Meanwhile Adele returned to the top of the album charts again with 21, almost a year after the record's UK release on January 24, 2011.
She reclaimed the number one slot after Bruno Mars deposed her Brit Award-nominated release last week with Doo-Wops And Hooligans.
Ed Sheeran's debut release, entitled +, climbed to number two on Sunday after last week sliding to number three.
And the top-ranking new arrival in the album chart was the latest offering from British metal-dance act Enter Shikari, called A Flash Flood Of Colour, which entered at number four.
US blues and soul singer Etta James, who died on Friday, re-entered the singles chart with her signature tune At Last from her 1960 debut album of the same name.
The singer's music also features elsewhere in the chart, with a vocal sample of her 1962 song Something's Gotta Hold On Me, which features in both Flo Rida's former number one track Good Feeling and Avicii's Levels