Monday 20 November 2017

Scouting For Girls keep top spot

Scouting for Girls stay at the top of the charts
Scouting for Girls stay at the top of the charts

Scouting For Girls have held on to the top spot in the singles chart.

The band's single - This Ain't A Love Song - reigned supreme for the second week running, despite a spike in sales of OMG, by Usher and Will.i.am.

London rapper Plan B held on to the third spot - his highest ever chart finish - with She Said as Lady Gaga's Telephone slipped two places to No 4.

Pass Out, the former No 1 by Tinie Tempah, held on to fifth spot ahead of Timbaland's Carry Out, featuring Justin Timberlake.

Hot, by Inna, came in at seven ahead of Rihanna's Rude Boy, Justin Bieber's Baby and Cheryl Cole's Parachute.

In the album chart, Lady Gaga was given more reason to celebrate as The Fame soared to No 1 at the expense of Brother, by Boyzone.

Justin Bieber's My World, Sunny Side Up by Paolo Nutini and Lungs by Florence And The Machine completed the top five.

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