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Scouting For Girls top UK singles chart

Scouting For Girls
The single is taken from Scouting For Girls' forthcoming second album

Pop trio Scouting For Girls have knocked Lady Gaga off the top of the charts with their first number one single, This Ain't A Love Song.

The single, their first from new album Everybody Wants To Be On TV, toppled Lady Gaga's Telephone - which features Beyonce - after two weeks at the top.

Plan B's She Said was a new entry at three while History Makers by Delirious? entered the chart at four.

Lady Gaga remains at number two in the album chart behind Boyzone's Brother.

TOP FIVE SINGLES
1. This Ain't A Love Song - Scouting for Girls
2. Telephone - Lady Gaga ft Beyonce
3. She Said - Plan B
4. History Makers - Delirious?
5. Pass Out - Tinie Tempah
Source: Official Charts Company

A fortnight ago, her album The Fame went back to the top of the chart for a third time.

Scouting For Girls' eponymous debut album, which spawned hits including She's So Lovely and Elvis Ain't Dead, went to number one in 2008 after 18 weeks in the chart.

That album re-entered this week's album chart at number 35.

Six albums were new entries including Craig David's collection of covers, Signed, Sealed, Delivered, at number 13, and Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour live album at 17.



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