It seems the golden boys from Manchester can do no wrong on the UK charts.
Take That's second comeback single, Shine, managed to cling onto the number one spot for a second week running, it was revealed this evening.
Having triumphed at the Brits last month Gary Barlow and the boys better make that men managed to see off The Great Escape from Gwen Stefani, which climbed one place to number two.
There was also no change on the album chart as the Kaiser Chiefs held their pole position for a second week running.
Yours Truly Angry Mob overcame a challenge from Arcade Fire's Neon Bible, the highest new entry at number two.
Meanwhile the album chart top ten saw six new entries in total including Russell Watson's That's Life at four, Dylanesque by Bryan Ferry at five and Donny Osmond's Love Songs of the 70s at number seven.
UK singles charts
1 Shine Take That (1)
2 The Sweet Escape Gwen Stefani featuring Akon (3)
3 Ruby Kaiser Chiefs (2)
4 What Goes Around Comes Around Justin Timberlake (-)
5 How to Save a Life Fray (5)
UK album chart
1 Yours Truly Angry Mob Kaiser Chiefs (-)
2 Neon Bible Arcade Fire (-)
3 Beautiful World Take That (2)
4 That's Life - Russell Watson (-)
5 Dylanesque Bryan Ferry (-)