Will.I.Am And Britney Hold On To Singles No 1
As the cast of Les Misérables top the album charts...
Will.I.Am and Britney Spears beat allcomers to retain the No 1 spot in this week's 50 Cent his first UK No 1. Instead, Fiddy's collaboration with Justin Timberlake lost out on a dream return to music, his comeback single Suit & Tie going in at No 3.
The two new entries pushed Taylor Swift, with I Knew You Were Trouble, out to No 4, while Rihanna's Stay fell one place to take fifth place.
In the Official UK Albums Chart, the Les Misérables soundtrack, featuring songs sung by the stars of the epic movie, including Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman, climbed four places to become the first cast recording to hit No 1 since Evita, 16 years ago.
Emeli Sandé's Our Version Of Events maintained its top five standing, falling one place to No 2, while Jake Bugg's self-titled album held firm at No 3.
Dropping two places to No 4 was Calvin Harris' former chart-topper 18 Months, while Everything Everything's new entry, Arc, proved their highest-charting album to date, landing at No 5.
The Official UK Top 10 Singles...