JLS beat The Wanted to singles No.1 with ‘She Makes Me Wanna’

JLS 'She Makes Me Wanna'

JLS have snatched the UK singles chart top spot from rival boyband The Wanted.

The X Factor group scored their fifth number one with new release ‘She Makes Me Wanna’, which also features Dev, to end The Wanted’s two-week reign at pole position with ‘Glad You Came’.

JLS first topped the charts with ‘Beat Again’ and ‘Everybody In Love’ in 2009, with ‘Love You More’ and ‘The Club Is Alive’ also reaching the summit the following year.

Meanwhile, ‘Back To Black’ by the late Amy Winehouse rises to eight this week, having previously peaked at 25 upon its release in 2006. The track jumped to 81 last Sunday following her death the previous afternoon and is the first of five singles from the 27-year-old to chart in the top 40 today.

Winehouse’s ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’ is the next of her best-sellers at 27, while ‘Rehab’ follows at 29, ‘Love Is A Losing Game’ lands at 33 and ‘You Know I’m No Good’ finishes at 37. All come from Winehouse’s 2006 LP Back To Black, which returned to the top of the UK album chart this weekend.

The Top 10 in full:
1. (-) JLS ft Dev: ‘She Makes Me Wanna’
2. (1) The Wanted: ‘Glad You Came’
3. (2) DJ Fresh ft. Sian Evans: ‘Louder’
4. (3) Ed Sheeran: ‘The A Team’
5. (4) Beyoncé: ‘Best Thing I Never Had’
6. (5) Loick Essien: ‘How We Roll’
7. (6) Pitbull ft. Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer: ‘Give Me Everything’
8. (81) Amy Winehouse: ‘Back To Black’
9. (10) Katy Perry: ‘Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)
10. (12) Nicki Minaj: ‘Super Bass’

In the double digits, Nicki Minaj scores her first UK Top 10 single with ‘Super Bass’, which climbs a further two places from 12 in its 13th week on the listings. Calvin Harris and Kelis, however, head the opposite direction to finish at 11 from last Sunday’s eight with ‘Bounce’.

Former chart-topper ‘Don’t Wanna Go Home’ by Jason Derülo is another faller today, landing at 15 from its previous finish of seven, just one spot ahead of the week’s second highest new entry – Maverick Sabre’s ‘Let Me Go’.

Plummeters fill the final spots of the top 20 as well, with Example’s ‘Changed The Way You Kissed Me’ crashing eight to 17, Aloe Blacc’s ‘I Need A Dollar’ flying down five to 18 and David Guetta’s team-up with Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida, entitled ‘Little Bad Girl’, at 19 from last week’s 15.

Source: Official Charts Company