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Take That claim 10th number one
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Take That recently won a Brit award for best single
Re-formed boy band Take That have scored the 10th chart-topping single of their career with Shine.

The quartet's song moved up nine places, displacing Ruby by the Kaiser Chiefs, whose new album Yours Truly, Angry Mob entered at number one.

Take That's comeback album Beautiful World, which has already topped the chart, climbed back to number two.

The group, whose latest tour sold out in three hours, secured their first chart-topper, Pray, in 1993.

Sole new entry

Six additional concerts were added to the foursome's arena tour, who sealed their comeback last month with a Brit award for best single Patience, a former chart-topper which went up to number 14 in this week's chart.

In December, Take That topped the singles and album charts simultaneously for the first time of their career with Patience and Beautiful World.

1 Shine - Take That
2 Ruby - Kaiser Chiefs
3 The Sweet Escape - Gwen Stefani ft Akon
4 Grace Kelly - Mika
5 How To Save A Life - Fray
Source: Official UK Charts Company

Rock band the Gossip, whose song Standing In The Way of Control has been in the chart for 18 weeks on the strength of downloads alone, climbed to number seven following a physical release.

Dance act Cascada debuted at eight with Miracle, their third consecutive UK Top 10 single, while Gwen Stefani moved up four places to three with The Sweet Escape, the title track from the No Doubt singer's second solo album.

In the album chart, the sole new entry inside the Top 10 was Treasure by New Zealand classical artist Hayley Westenra.

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