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Madonna drops down album chart
Madonna's American Life cover
The album has had mixed reviews

Madonna's latest album American Life has been toppled from the top of the album charts by former boy-band singer Justin Timberlake.

The album has also received mixed reviews compared with her previous release Music.

The pop diva was pushed down to third place, with Timberlake's Justified at number one and the White Stripes' Elephant at number two.

Her latest single, also called American Life has dropped down the singles chart from number 12 to 20, and new release Loneliness by Tomcraft has taken the top spot.

Top five singles chart
Craig David
1. Loneliness - Tomcraft
2. Rise and Fall - Craig David (pictured) featuring Sting
3. The Long Goodbye - Ronan Keating
4. You Said No - Busted
5. Can't Nobody - Kelly Rowland

Craig David's latest single featuring Sting, Rise and Fall, is at number two and The Long Goodbye, by Ronan Keating is at number three.

Busted's single, You Said No, which topped last week's chart, fell three places to number four, while new release Can't Nobody by Kelly Rowland is at number five.

New entries in the album chart include Fame Academy winner David Sneddon, whose Seven Years - Ten Weeks entered at number five.

And Fleetwood Mac's Say You Will - also a new release - is at number seven.

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