Lily Allen Gets Second UK Number One
And Super Bowl King Bruce Springsteen beats Franz Ferdinand to the top of the Album Chart
Lily Allen has knocked Lady GaGa from the Number One spot in the Official Singles Chart with 'The Fear'.
Allen's second UK No.1 shifted over 20,000 more units than 'Just Dance' and ended Lady Gaga's three-week run at the top of the charts.
Kid Cudi vs. Crookers moves down to number three with 'Day 'n' nite' while this weeks highest new entry comes from Orange Unsigned Act winner Tommy Reilly at Number 14 with 'Gimme A Call'.
Allen's first ever UK Number One was her debut single 'Smile' in 2006.
In The Official Albums Chart, Bruce Springsteen was the highest new entry, beating Franz Ferdinand's 'Tonight' to number one with 'Working On A Dream'.