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Lady Gaga stays at number one in UK singles chart

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Lady Gaga is nearly as famous for her costumes as her music

Lady Gaga has held on at the top of the UK singles chart but her album has been knocked off number one by the return of Boyzone's tribute album, Brother.

Boyzone's album returned to the top following a television tribute to Stephen Gately.

Lady Gaga's Telephone, which features Beyonce, held on to number one for a second week in a week that saw just a single new entry in the top 40.

Usher's OMG, featuring Will.i.am, debuted at number 13.

TOP FIVE SINGLES
1. Telephone - Lady Gaga ft Beyonce
2. Pass Out - Tinie Tempah
3. Baby - Justin Bieber ft Ludacris
4. Rude Boy - Rihanna
5. Cheryl Cole - Parachute
Source: Official Charts Company

Tinie Tempah's Pass Out remained at number two, while Canadian teen Justin Bieber's Baby was at three.

In the album charts, Lady Gaga's The Fame dropped to number two, followed by Bieber's My World, which rose from number 33.

There were two new entries in the top 10 - Laura Marling's I Speak Because I Can at four and Goldfrapp's Head First at six.



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