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Allen stays top of UK music chart

Lily Allen
Lily Allen's single The Fear is from her new album It's Not Me, It's You

Singer Lily Allen has remained number one in the UK singles chart with her single The Fear, after holding off Lady GaGa for a second week.

GaGa's former chart-topper Just Dance stayed at number two, while Tinchy Stryder's Take Me Back was third.

The week's highest new entry came from rapper Eminem, whose comeback single Crack A Bottle, featuring Dr Dre and 50 Cent, charted at number four.

Daniel Merriweather scored the only other new entry at eight with Change.

Alesha Dixon climbed one place to number five with Breathe Slow and in sixth place was Day N Nite by Kid Cudi vs Crookers.

James Morrison's collaboration with Nelly Furtardo followed at number seven.

Beyonce's track Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) fell one place from eight to nine.

1. Working On A Dream - Bruce Springsteen -
2. Only By The Night - Kings of Leon
3. Fleet Foxes - Fleet of Foxes
4. Which Bitch - View
5. The Fame - Lady GaGa
Source: Official Charts Company

Kevin Rudolph rounded off the top 10 with his single Let It Rock, featuring Lil Wayne.

In the album chart, Bruce Springsteen celebrated a second week at the top with Working On A Dream, following his half-time performance at last weekend's Super Bowl.

But having entered the chart at number two last week Franz Ferdinand's third studio album Tonight fell 19 places to 21.

It was replaced by Kings of Leon's Only by the Night, while Seattle quintet Fleet Foxes' self-titled debut moved up 20 spots to number three.

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