Brit stars dominate the UK albums and singles charts.
A week after her untimely death, Amy Winehouse has found herself back at the top of the UK album chart with her album ‘Back To Black’
The singer, who died on Saturday July 23 aged 27, overtook Adele’s ‘21’ during the week and her debut album ‘Frank’ – which previously peaked at Number 13 in 2005 – has now achieved its best ever album chart placing at five, while a double pack of her two records finishes at ten.
Meanwhile, JLS have scored yet another chart topper with their latest release ‘She Makes Me Wanna’ featuring Dev.
It’s their fifth UK Number One on the Official UK Singles Chart – their previous chart toppers include ‘Everybody In Love’ and ‘The Club Is Alive’.