Jessie J keeps chart number one

Jessie J performs at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, December 2011 Jessie J is nominated for three Brit Awards this year

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Jessie J has held on to the top spot in the UK singles chart with her hit Domino for a second week.

The Brit Award nominee fended off competition from Rizzle Kicks who moved up the chart from three to two with Mama Do The Hump.

DJ and producer David Guetta's track, Titanium, featuring Sia, jumped five places to three.

Following her death last week, Etta James also re-entered the chart with her most famous song, At Last, at 39.

The singer's music also features elsewhere in the top 10, with a vocal sample of her 1962 song Something's Gotta Hold On Me, which features in both Flo Rida's Good Feeling - this week's number five - and Avicii's Levels at seven.

The highest new entry in the chart was Antidote by Swedish House Mafia/Knife Party, which went in at number four, the Official UK Charts Company said.

The highest climber on the chart overall was X Factor boyband One Direction whose new single, One Thing, jumped from number 119 to 28.

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Meanwhile, Adele returned to the top of the album chart with 21 - a year after it was first released.

The Official Charts Company said it means the singer has equalled Oasis and Queen's chart record for the number of career weeks spent at the top of the chart.

She has now notched up 21 weeks at number one, combining her current album's 20 non-consecutive weeks at the top plus the one week her debut record, 19, achieved.

Ed Sheeran's debut album, titled +, rose one place to two and Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto climbed four spots to three.

British metal-dance act Enter Shikari was the highest new entry at four with A Flash Flood of Colour.

Last week's number one, Bruno Mars's Doo-Wops and Hooligans, slipped down to number five.

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