Pop superstar Madonna has cemented her position as the queen of pop in Europe as she sits atop both the continent's singles and albums charts.

The 47-year-old's dance anthem HUNG UP, which samples Abba's GIMME GIMME GIMME, remains the number one single in Europe for a second week, while her latest album CONFESSIONS ON A DANCEFLOOR is a new entry at number one.

Elsewhere, the top five European singles remain the same as last week - THE PUSSYCAT DOLLS FT BUSTA RHYMES are at number two with DON'T CHA; ROBBIE WILLIAMS' TRIPPING is at number three; SUGABABES' PUSH THE BUTTON is at number four; and Westlife are at number five with YOU RAISE ME UP.

In the European albums chart, Williams falls a place to number two with INTENSIVE CARE, while operatic boyband Il Divo are at number three with ANCORA.

Kate Bush falls two places to number four with AERIAL, and German rockers Rammstein's latest ROSENROT drops a place to number five.