Gary Barlow's collaborative track to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 60 years on the throne is still reigning over the U.K. singles charts.
Sing, which was penned by the Take That star and Lord Lloyd Webber and features musicians from across the Commonwealth, shot to number one during the British monarch's Diamond Jubilee celebrations last weekend (03Jun12) - and it has remained in power for a second consecutive week, followed at number two by the less regal Flo Rida and Whistle.
Fun's We Are Young is at three, Rudimental's Feel The Love follows at four, while Usher's Scream rounds out the top five.
Barlow lands a chart double with the top U.K. album - his royal record with the Commonwealth band keeps Ed Sheeran's + from number one.
Fall To Grace by Paloma Faith is at three, while the Bee Gees' greatest hits album Number Ones returns to the top five following Robyn Gibb's funeral. Mylo Xyloto by Coldplay rounds out the new top five.