UK Charts: Flo-Rida ends race to #1

Too bad for the Saturdays, Flo-Rida has ended their race to #1 spot this week in the UK Singles Charts with his single, “Right Round” entering at #1 leaving the Saturdays’ Comic Relief charity single disappointed with a #2 spot. The Saturdays are the first act to record the Comic Relief single to not reach the #1.

Last week’s #1 and #2, Kelly Clarkson and Taylor Swift respectively had their singles down 3 spots with “MLWSWY” at #4 and “Love Story” at #5.

GaGa is yet closer for an another UK #1 spot with her second single “Poker Face” remaining at #3.

Other notable gains in the top 40 are from Chipmunk with his new single “Chip Daddy Chip” debuting at an impressive #21. Ladyhawke enters the top 100 with a disappointing #47 with “Paris Is Burning”. Maybe she can get a higher spot next week eh?

Meanwhile, in the albums chart U2 scored their tenth #1 album with “No Line On The Horizon”.

Here are the top 10 singles in FULL:
1. (-) Flo Rida ft. Ke$ha: ‘Right Round’
2. (-) The Saturdays: ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’
3. (3) Lady GaGa: ‘Poker Face’
4. (1) Kelly Clarkson: ‘My Life Would Suck Without You’
5. (2) Taylor Swift: ‘Love Story’
6. (4) Lily Allen: ‘The Fear’
8. (6) Lady GaGa ft. Colby O’Donis: ‘Just Dance’
9. (8) Shontelle: ‘T-Shirt’
10. (9) Pussycat Dolls: ‘Whatcha Think About That’

complete the UK Charts HERE.



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3 responses to “UK Charts: Flo-Rida ends race to #1

  1. Paul

    the UK press keeps reporting that the saturdays are the first comic relief song to miss the UK number one slot – however, Bananarama missed out with Help in 1989 (#3), Right Said Fred in 1991 (Stick It Out #4) and PSB – Absolutely Fabulous stalled at 6. True, the last nine have topped the charts though 🙂 I’m sad that TT couldn’t quite make the top ten though ;(

  2. Music

    I find “Just Dance”, “poker face” and “My Life Would Suck without you” more deserving to be on top in my own opinion. But still thanks to this post!!!

  3. Ken

    Paul: oh! I never had the chance to research on that. Thanks anyways. I’m still disappointed with it though. People in the UK should support this single. it’s for a good cause.

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