LONDON, UK (AP) -
Westlife have brought Afroman's reign at the top of the UK singles charts to an end and shot to number one with 'Queen Of My Heart'.
They Don't Know" width="130" align="right">Afroman's 'Because I Get High' drops to number two but he still sells well enough to hold off So Solid Crew's 'They Don't Know', which enters at number three.
Alicia Keys 'Fallin'' drops one place to number four and IIO's 'Rapture' moves down three places to five.
All Star Tribute's version of 'What's Going On' enters at number six knocking Jennifer Lopez's 'I'm Real' down to number seven, while Cher, who a few years ago dominated the festive charts with her November release of 'I Believe', enters at number eight with 'The Music's No Good Without You'.
DJ Otzi continues his 16-week stay in the UK top 10 but drops to number nine with 'Hey Baby'.
D12 just miss the top 10 as 'Fight Music' enters at number 11 and the Strokes score their highest chart entry to date with 'Last Nite', which debuts at 14.
Beverley Knight enters with 'Get Up' at number 17 while Depeche Mode squeeze into the top 20 with 'Freelove', which charts at 19.
In the albums charts Steps jump one place up to number one with 'Gold The Greatest Hits' and Pink Floyd just miss the top spot with their best of album 'Echoes'.
The most impressive comeback of the week though goes to Carole King, whose classic album 'Tapestry' returns to the UK charts after a near 30-year absence, at number three.
This sees Britney Spears held back to a number four chart entry with her new album 'Britney'.
Michael Jackson's 'Invincible' proves not to live up to its name and drop to number five from number one.
The Corrs' 'The Best Of' enters at number six and Cliff Richard reminds us it's nearing Christmas by entering the top 20 at number 11 with 'Wanted'.
Natalie Imbruglia's 'White Lilies Island' debuts at 15 one place ahead of Ocean Colour Scene's best of album 'Songs For The Front Row' which charts 16.
Westlife - Queen of my heart (AUDIO Real Player Sample)