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UK chart is GaGa for third week

Lady GaGa
Just Dance has also topped the charts in Canada, Australia and New Zealand

New York singer Lady GaGa has topped the UK singles chart for a third week with her debut single Just Dance.

The 22-year-old also saw her album track and future single Poker Face rise four places to 24, while her album, The Fame, fell one spot to four.

London rockers White Lies went straight to number one in the album chart with their debut release To Lose My Life.

They knocked Irish group The Script from the top spot. They fell two places to three, behind Kings of Leon.

The only other new entry in the album chart was Antony and the Johnsons with The Crying Light coming in at number 18.

TOP FIVE ALBUMS
1. To Lose My Life - White Lies
2. The Script - Script
3. Only By The Night - Kings Of Leon
4. The Fame - Lady GaGa
5. Songs For You Truths For Me - James Morrisson
Source: Official Charts Company

Lady GaGa's Just Dance kept its lead over Kid Cudi's Day 'n' Nite which remained at number two in the singles chart.

The biggest mover was Tinchy Stryder with Take Me Back, which jumped 36 places to number three.

Franz Ferdinand scored the highest new entry at 20 with the track Ulysses, and other new entries came from Jay Sean at 23 with Tonight and Bon Iver at 37 with Blood Bank.



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