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Sugababes achieve UK chart double
The Sugababes have scored a total of six number one singles
Female trio the Sugababes have claimed the number one spots on both the singles and album charts in the UK.

The group's new album Change debuted at the top of the chart, while single About You Now remained at number one for a third successive week.

The Hoosiers' Goodbye Mr A entered at five, while Big Brother twins Sam and Amanda went in at 26 with their cover of Aqua's Barbie Girl.

Elvis Presley scored further reissue success with Big Hunk O'Love at 12.


The song is the 10th to be re-released to mark 30 years since the music legend's death, but none of them have made the top 10.

The Hoosiers
1 About You Now - Sugababes
2 Let Me Think About It - Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand
3 Valerie - Mark Ronson feat Amy Winehouse
4 No U Hang Up - Shayne Ward
5 Goodbye Mr A - Hoosiers (pictured)
Source: Official UK Charts Company

Other entries which climbed the singles rundown this week include Phil Collins' In The Air Tonight, Mika's Happy Ending and Freemasons track Uninvited, now at 21.

Roisin Murphy and Biffy Clyro have landed new entries inside the top 30.

The Sugababes outsold a compilation from Eric Clapton to make number one in the album chart.

The band, whose line-up has changed during their seven-year career, have only scored one chart-topping collection previously, with 2005's Taller In More Ways.

Other artists to debut with new albums this week include Jack Penate with Matinee at number seven, and Running Free by UB40 frontman Ali Campbell at nine.

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