UK Charts: Lily Allen is GaGa’s new fear

Lily Allen‘s new single “The Fear” was pretty much Lady GaGa’s biggest fear right now. Lily knocked off GaGa’s “Just Dance” to take over the #1 spot in the UK Singles Charts yesterday.

GaGa (last week’s #1), Kid Cudi (2), Tinchy Stryder(3) and James Morrison(4) all fell a spot behind.

Noticeable entries in the top 20 are from Jason Mraz which had his single “I’m Your’s” jumping 10 places to #11 this week. Jordin Sparks‘ new single “One Step At A Time” entering at #16 from #28.

There are also 3 new entries in the top 40 including Orange’s Unsiged Act winner Tommy Reilly entering at #14 with his single “Gimme A Call”. The Pussycat Dolls’ new single titled “Whatcha Think About That” begins it chart campaign at #38 and American Indie Rock band “Airborne Toxic Event” enters the top 40 for the first time at #39.

In the albums chart, Bruce Springsteen defeats Franz Ferdinand in the race for the top album. Franz Ferdinand had to settle for a #2 debut. Last week’s #1, West London trio White Lies plunged to #8.

Here are the top 10 singles in FULL:

1. (-) Lily Allen: ‘The Fear’
2. (1) Lady GaGa ft. Colby O’Donis: ‘Just Dance’
3. (2) Kid Cudi vs. Crookers: ‘Day ‘N’ Nite’
4. (3) Tinchy Stryder ft. Taio Cruz: ‘Take Me Back’
5. (4) James Morrison ft. Nelly Furtado: ‘Broken Strings’
6. (13) Alesha Dixon: ‘Breathe Slow’
7. (6) Kevin Rudolf ft. Lil Wayne: ‘Let It Rock’
8. (7) Beyoncé: ‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)’
9. (5) The Saturdays: ‘Issues’
10. (8) Kings of Leon: ‘Use Somebody’

click HERE to complete the charts.

Here’s something to binge on:

Tommy Reilly – “Gimme A Call”

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