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Madonna holds on to chart double
Madonna's musical career has spanned 22 years
Madonna has held onto the top spot in both the UK album and singles charts.

Hung Up beat off competition in the singles chart to remain at number one for the third week in a row.

And Confessions On A Dancefloor stayed at number one in the album chart for a second week, preventing Will Young from claiming his third number one album.

Young's new album, Keep On, had to make do with second place, nudging Take That's greatest hits collection down one place to three.

Former band-mate Robbie Williams stayed put at number four, with his latest album release Intensive Care, while Westlife dropped two places to five.

Aside from Young, the only other new entry in the Top 10 was Amarantine by Enya.

In the singles chart, the top three was a repeat performance of last week, with Irish group Westlife at two with You Raise Me Up and Black Eyed Peas' My Humps at three.

Girls Aloud's latest single Biology fell from four to five, making way for Simon Webbe from Blue's first solo single, No Worries, which climbed back up the charts.

The only new entries in the Top 10 were Dirty Harry, by Gorillaz, at six and Your Body by Tom Novy featuring Michael Marshall, at ten.

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