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Timbaland ends Rihanna chart lead
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Timbaland has the top single and second highest album in the charts
Timbaland's The Way I Are has knocked Rihanna off the top of the singles chart, ending her 10-week reign.

Rihanna's Umbrella was the longest-running number one single since Wet Wet Wet's Love Is All Around dominated the charts in 1994.

She has gone down to number three, with Kate Nash's Foundations at number two.

Britain's Got Talent winner Paul Potts topped the album chart for a second week with One Chance, while Timbaland's album Shock Value was at number two.

THIS WEEK'S TOP FIVE SINGLES
Rihanna
1. The Way I Are - Timbaland Ft Keri Hilson
2. Foundations - Kate Nash
3. Umbrella - Rihanna Ft Jay-Z
4, Big Girls Don't Cry - Fergie
5. Do You Know - Enrique Iglesias

The Manic Street Preachers' new single, Autumnsong, entered the charts at number 10, while Garbage entered the album chart with their latest offering, Absolute, at number 11.

Green Day's latest single, the theme to The Simpsons film, debuted at number 19.

Hip hop and R&B producer Timbaland, whose single features Keri Hilson, last topped the charts in April with Give It To Me, featuring Nelly Furtado.


SEE ALSO
Rihanna achieves chart landmark
23 Jul 07 |  Entertainment
Rihanna 'may make chart history'
18 Jul 07 |  Entertainment
The rapid rise of chart star Rihanna
12 Jul 07 |  Entertainment
Rihanna spends eight weeks at top
08 Jul 07 |  Entertainment
Tenor Potts grabs US record deal
05 Jul 07 |  Entertainment
Opera singer is TV talent winner
18 Jun 07 |  Entertainment

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