X Factor winner Leona Lewis has secured the Christmas Number One slot with her debut single.
â€˜A Moment Like Thisâ€™ topped the charts despite only going on sale on Wednesday.
Last weekâ€™s number one â€“ Take Thatâ€™s â€˜Patienceâ€™ fell one place â€“ whilst two rivals for the number one slot, McFlyâ€™s â€˜Sorryâ€™s Not Good Enoughâ€™ and Girls Aloudâ€™s â€˜I Think Weâ€™re Alone Nowâ€™ only made three and four respectively.
The Pogues and Kirsty MacCollâ€™s classic â€˜Fairytale Of New Yorkâ€™ reached number six, whilst another Christmas re-release Mariah Careyâ€™s â€˜All I Want For Christmas Is Youâ€™ - her biggest selling single ever - made number ten.
Christmas single stalwart Sir Cliff Richard came in at a disappointing number seven with his latest Yuletide offering, â€˜21st Century Christmasâ€™.
And may we take this opportunity to wish all our readers a very Merry Christmas.