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Proclaimers hang on to top spot
Charlie and Craig Reid, Peter Kay and Matt Lucas
The single features all four of the group singing
Charity single (I'm Gonna Be) 500 Miles by The Proclaimers has stayed at number one for a second week.

The reworked 1988 hit features the Scots twins and comic creations Brian Potter from Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights and Little Britain's Andy Pipkin.

Avril Lavigne and Gwen Stefani are at two and three while Fergie is the highest climber, from number 10 to six.

The top spot on the album charts was held again by the reformed boy band Take That with Beautiful World.

UK TOP FIVE SINGLES
Avril Lavigne
1) (I'm Gonna Be) 500 Miles - The Proclaimers
2) Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne
3) The Sweet Escape -
Gwen Stefani
4)Destination Calabria -
Alex Gaudino
5) How to Save a Life
Fray
Source: Official UK Charts Company
The re-released original Proclaimers version of 500 Miles is clinging on at number 29, having dropped three places since last week.

The highest new entry, at number 18, is the Kings Of Leon with On Call, followed by ex-Spice Girl Melanie C at number 24 with I Want Candy.

The biggest loser this week, falling 14 places to number 39, is Stay the Night by Ghosts. The Sugababes vs Girls Aloud also dropped out of the top 10, falling 12 places to number 14 with Walk This Way.

In the album charts Elton John was a new entry at two with Rocket Man - The Definitive Hits.

The biggest climbers in the top 10 album chart were Justin Timberlake's Futuresex/Lovesounds and Amy Winehouse's Back To Black.

Both albums climbed three places each to number six and seven respectively.


SEE ALSO
Proclaimers stroll to number one
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