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  Blazin' Squad light up the charts
Updated 25 August 2002, 19.00
Blazin' Squad
Chart newcomers Blazin' Squad have gone straight in at number one with their first single, Crossroads.

The 10-strong crew from North London saw all their hard work pay off as they knocked the Sugababes from the top spot.

  Click here for our interview with the Squad

The boys, who will be writing a weekly diary for CBBC Newsround Online, can now add chart success to GCSE delight.

Sugababes
Sugababes were knocked to number two
There were four other new entries inside the top 10, for Truth Hurts, ex-Five star Abs, DJ Paul Oakenfold and Milky.

All those new entries saw Pop Idol loser Darius slump to number five with his former chart-topper Colourblind.

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