It's not big and it's not clever but this weekend, as well as evicting Jade, the only other thing we really want you to do is download a copy of Billie Piper - Honey To The Bee before Sunday morning.
The less pop tolerant of you will probably have snorted disdainfully about three times by now, and even the pop fans might be wondering why Honey To The Bee instead of three of her much better singles (Day and Night, Something Deep Inside and She Wants You for what it's worth). The reason is that a campaign to get the song into the charts to demonstrate the flexibility and exploitability of the new chart rules was started by Chris Moyles and has well and truly taken off more than anyone could imagine.
Now we all love Billie the actress, more people than possibly expected seem to remember fondly Billie the pop star. And as far as 1990s pop goes Billie was ace. But if the pop star memory doesn't appeal then Last Minute have got a great 50% offer to see Billie in Treats at the Garrick Theatre in February.
Honey to the Bee is currently sitting pretty to chart at no.17 on Sunday and is no.5 on iTunes. Come on Londoners, push a song about vibrators into the top 10! Pretty please.