Delta Goodrem should be feeling on top of the world, with her new single debuting at number two on the ARIA Singles chart.
Goodrem's Sitting On Top Of The World has entered the charts in second spot, knocking Nicki Minaj's Starships down to number four. Her chart success follows the top-rating television show The Voice on which she is a judge.
Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe has held on to the top spot, while Florence + The Machine's Never Let Me Go has soared into the third position from the 18th spot last week.
One Direction's One Thing has fallen to the 6th position, one spot behind Lego House by Ed Sheeran.
However the British boy band's album Up All Night remains at the top of the Albums Chart.
Australian Kate Miller-Heidke's new album Nightflight has entered the chart at number two ahead of Cold Chisel's No Plans in the third spot.
Adele's 21 sits in fourth position, while Bob Seger's Ultimate Hits: Rock And Roll Never Forgets has climbed two spots to number five.
Drinking From the Sun by Australian hip hop group Hilltop Hoods has fallen two places to number six on the chart and Shrillex' Bangarang EP has dropped down to eighth spot from number five last week.
Ed Sheeran's + album is at number seven, The Black Keys' El Camino is at number nine and Florence + The Machine's Ceremonials has climbed three spots to round out the top 10.
Another star from The Voice, Keith Urban, is also doing well on the Australian music charts. Urban's Greatest Hits: 18 Kids has soared from 12th spot on the Country Chart to second position behind Lionel Richie's Tuskegee.
Australian Singles Chart
1. Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen
2. Sitting On Top Of The World - Delta Goodrem
3. Never Let Me Go - Florence + Machine
4. Starships - Nicki Minaj
5. Lego House - Ed Sheeran
6. One Thing - One Direction
7. Earthquake - Labrinth Feat. Tinie Tempah
8. We Are Young - fun. Feat. Janelle Monae
9. What Makes You Beautiful - One Direction
10. Wild One - Flo Rida Feat. Sia
Australian Albums Chart
1. Up All Night - One Direction
2. Nightfall - Kate-Miller Heidke
3. No Plans - Cold Chisel
4. 21 - Adele
5. Ultimate Hits: Rock And Roll Never Forgets - Bob Seger
6. Drinking From The Sun - Hilltop Hoods
7. + - Ed Sheeran
8. Bangarang EP - Shrillex
9. El Camino - The Black Keys
10. Ceremonials - Florence + Machine
Australian Country Chart
1. Tuskegee - Lionel Richie
2. Greatest Hits: 18 Kids - Keith Urban
3. Home - Troy Cassar-Daley
4. Changed - Rascal Flatts
5. Speak Now - Taylor Swift
6. Fearless - Taylor Swift
7. Emotional Traffic - Tim McGraw
8. 34 Number Ones - Alan Jackson
9. Busby Marou - Busby Marou10. Need You Now - Lady Antebellum
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