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This week in the UK music charts Peter Kay's Animated All Star Band has topped the UK singles chart for the second week running. Rihanna climbed to #2 with Russian Roulette after her performance on X-Factor last weekend, Alicia Keys debuted at #8 with her new single 'Don't Mean Anything',

Wow Alicia Keys and Rihanna are doing alot better in UK, there singles both flopped in the US so I bet they will be excited this week to have a top 10 Uk hit.

          1. (1) Peter Kay's Animated All Star Band: 'The Official BBC Children In Need Medley'
          2. (6) Rihanna: 'Russian Roulette'
          3. (5) Lady GaGa: 'Bad Romance'
          4. (4) Black Eyed Peas: 'Meet Me Halfway'
          5. (2) 'X Factor' Finalists 2009: 'You Are Not Alone
          6. (3) Jason Derulo: 'Whatcha Say'
          7. (7) Ke$ha: 'Tik Tok'
          8. (-) Alicia Keys: 'Doesn't Mean Anything'
          9. (-) Timbaland ft. Nelly Furtado, SoShy: 'Morning After Dark'
         10. (8) Cheryl Cole: 'Fight For This Love'

Over on the album chart Susan Boyle held onto the number one position and the numbers were as big as they were last week, she has now sold over 700,000 copys in 2 weeks!

Take That's live album The Greatest Day - The Circus Live debuted at #3 It is the fastest-selling live album since 1994, shifting over 123,000 copys. Meanwhile, Westlife earnt their 12th top ten album with Where We Are, which charted at #2.
 1. (1) Susan Boyle: 'I Dreamed A Dream'

2. (-) Westlife: 'Where We Are'
3. (-) Take That: 'The Greatest Day - The Circus Live'
4. (2) JLS: 'JLS'
5. (3) Black Eyed Peas: 'The E.N.D.'
6. (6) Michael Bublé: 'Crazy Love'
7. (4) Queen: 'Absolute Greatest'
8. (8) Snow Patrol: 'Up To Now'
9. (5) Leona Lewis: 'Echo'
10. (9) Robbie Williams: 'Reality Killed The Video Star'


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