Madonna has proved she is still the Queen Of Pop by jumping straight to the top of the UK singles chart with her ABBA-sampling disco anthem HUNG UP.

The 47-year-old, who has fully recovered from the horrific injuries she sustained in a horse-riding accident on her birthday in August (05), pushes Irish boyband Westlife down to number two with their ballad YOU RAISE ME UP.

Former BUSTED star James Bourne makes a welcome return to the charts at number three with his new band SON OF DORK and their singalong single STRAIGHT OUTTA LOSERVILLE.

Soulful 000 singer Simon Webbe's post-Blue career has got off to a positive start with his debut solo offering NO WORRIES making a new entry at number four, while rockers ARCTIC MONKEYS slip to five with I BET YOU LOOK GOOD ON THE DANCEFLOOR.

Westlife also drop down to number two on the UK album chart as operatic boyband Il Divo grab top spot with their LP ANCORA. Iconic singer Kate Bush enters the chart at number three with AERIEL, her first studio album since 1993's The Red Shoes.

Robbie Williams falls to number four with former chart-topper INTENSIVE CARE and Eurythmics make a new entry at number five with their ULTIMATE COLLECTION.