Just a little later than usual - blame Coco, if you don't think she's hard enough on herself already - here's the lowdown from the midweeks.Dizzee Rascal's on course to score a fourth number one in under two years with 'Dirtee Disco'. His nearest rivals? 'B.o.B.'s 'Nothin' On You' at two and Iyaz's 'Solo' at three'.N-Dubz are a kitten's whisker adrift of the top five with 'We Dance On', while Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber have cracked the top ten with 'Eenie Meenie'.Meanwhile, Eminem's 'Not Afraid', is just a couple of places behind.Alicia Keys and Rihanna are both on the slide, with 'Broken Heart' and 'Te Amo' slipping three pieces apiece since Sunday.However, Ke$ha has now climbed into the top 20 with 'Your Love Is My Drug'.Pendulum's Immersion is leading the way on the albums chart, with the latest Glee LP and Michael Bublé's Crazy Love completing the top three. Katie Melua's The House is right behind.
So, how are we all feeling then - delighted for Dizzee or bummed for B.o.B?