London, Sept 8 : US singer Katy Perry's 'I Kissed A Girl' has held on to number one spot in the UK singles chart for the fifth week in a row.
Perry has fended off competition from Eric Prydz and the Pussycat Dolls to remain atop the UK singles chart, reports BBC.
Prydz remains in second place with 'Pjanoo', while the Pussycat Dolls debut in third with 'When I Grow Up'.
Meanwhile, the Verve have notched up a second week atop the UK albums chart with their comeback LP, 'Forth'.
Irish trio The Script climb to second with their self-titled debut, while Michael Jackson's King Of Pop collection rises to third.
The top ten in the UK singles chart:
1. Katy Perry: 'I Kissed A Girl'
2. Eric Prydz: 'Pjanoo'
3. Pussycat Dolls: 'When I Grow Up'
4. Rihanna: 'Disturbia'
5. The Script: 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved'
6. Madcon: 'Beggin'
7. Kid Rock: 'All Summer Long'
8. Biffy Clyro: 'Mountains'
9. Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris: 'Dance Wiv Me'
10. The Verve: 'Love Is Noise'
The top ten in the UK albums chart:
1. The Verve: 'Forth'
2. The Script: 'The Script'
3. Michael Jackson: 'King Of Pop'
4. Duffy: 'Rockferry'
5. Rihanna: 'Good Girl Gone Bad'
6. Abba: 'Gold - Greatest Hits'
7. Eva Cassidy: 'Somewhere'
8. Slipknot: 'All Hope Is Gone'
9. Coldplay: 'Viva La Vida'
10. Miley Cyrus: 'Breakout'