Saturday 25 November 2017

Tinie Tempah holds onto No 1 spot

Rihanna has reached number two in the singles chart with Rude Boy
Rihanna has reached number two in the singles chart with Rude Boy

Tinie Tempah has held onto the No 1 spot for a second week with his debut single Pass Out.

Rihanna also stayed unchanged at two with Rude Boy, while Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris moved up 185 places to third place with Baby.

The highest of the three new entries was Gabriella Cilmi with On A Mission at No 9, followed by McLean's My Name at No 10.

Cheryl Cole moved up two places to No 8 with Parachute, while Florence And The Machine and Dizzee Rascal dropped two places to No 7 with You got the Dirtee Love.

Lady GaGa featuring Beyonce climbed from 31st to 12th place with Telephone.

The cast of the television show Glee were down eight places to 28 with their cover of Journey's Don't Stop Believin', with the original version at number 31.

There were eight new entries in the album charts compiled by the Official UK Charts Company, including Boyzone which took the top spot with Brother and Gorillaz with Plastic Beach at No 2.

Last week's top selling album Ellie Goulding with her debut, Lights, dropped to No 16.

There were two further new entries in the top 10, including Amy Macdonald at No 4 with A Curious Thing and the cast recording of Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical Love Never Dies at No 10.

Lady Gaga dropped three places to No 5 with The Fame and Alicia Keys stayed at No 3 with The Element Of Freedom.

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