Welsh singer Duffy has topped the UK singles chart for a second week with soul hit Mercy.

Dance track What's It Gonna Be by H Two O featuring Platnum rose five places to number two, while Nickelback slipped from second place to third with Rockstar.

Adele's Chasing Pavements fell one place from five to six, while David Jordan's Sun Goes Down was down three to seven.

Kylie Minogue's Wow leapt from 18 to five, becoming the Australian singer's 15th top ten hit in a row.

The Feeling's Join With Us went into the album chart at number one and Amy Winehouse is now at number three.

Her performance at the Brits and five Grammys boosted the singer's album sales, pushing Back to Black up the charts from number 14 last week.

The recent success helped the 24-year-old in the singles chart too, as Mark Ronson's Valerie, featuring the troubled singer, was up from 22 to 13.

Jack Johnson's album Sleep Through the Static, was down to number eight, from its position at number one last week while Michael Jackson's Thriller 25, the 25th anniversary reissue of his iconic album, was down three places to number six.

24/02/2008 19:37:59