Cheryl Cole secured a second week with the U.K.'s No. 1 album, "3 Words" (Fascination/Polydor/Universal), but lost her singles chart crown as "Fight For This Love" fell to No. 2 last night (Nov. 8) behind JLS.

The male pop outfit, runners-up last year in the star-making series on which Cole is a judge, "The X Factor," got their second No. 1 singles debut of the year, following July's "Beat Again" (Epic/Sony Music Entertainment) with "Everybody In Love." Their self-titled debut album is released in the U.K. today (Nov. 9).

Black Eyed Peas climbed again 6-3 on the singles chart with "Meet Me Halfway" (Interscope/Universal), while American pop-R&B sensation Ke$ha's "Tik Tok" (RCA/Sony Music Entertainment) made an instant U.K. impact at No. 6. The dance hit "End Credits" (Vertigo/Universal) by Chase & Status crossed over into the Official Charts Co's pop top ten at No. 9, while Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" (Interscope/Universal) became her fourth U.K. top ten hit of the year with a 14-10 climb.

"Empire State of Mind" (Roc Nation/Warner Music) by Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys climbed back 13-11, as Snow Patrol's "Just Say Yes" (Fiction/Polydor/Universal) entered at No. 15. Paolo Nutini climbed 28-17 with "Pencil Full of Lead" (Atlantic/Warner Music) and Calvin Harris improved 25-18 with "Flashback" (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment). Also on Columbia, Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" became a U.K. top 20 hit for the first time after it was performed by "X Factor" contestant Joe McElderry. Although it reached No. 9 on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1981, it peaked at No. 62 across the Atlantic that year.

Cole's second week atop the album chart came as Bon Jovi's "The Circle" (Mercury/Universal) arrived at No. 2. Foo Fighters' "Greatest Hits" set (RCA/Sony Music Entertainment) opened at No. 4, while the release of a new "Platinum Edition" of Beyoncé's "I Am...Sasha Fierce" (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment) sent the album racing back 53-8. The new version features three new songs, including the single "Broken Hearted Girl" which climbed 41-27, plus a Kanye West remix of "Ego" and a DVD featuring videos of all the album's singles.

Michael Jackson's "This Is It" (Epic/Sony Music Entertainment) debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's European Albums survey, as "Sexy Chick" (Gum/Positiva/Virgin/EMI) by David Guetta featuring Akon returned to the top of European Hot 100 Singles for the seventh week in total.