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Last Updated: Monday March 29 2010 05:37 GMT

Lady Gaga holds onto number one

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga's track Telephone is still the most popular song in the UK, holding onto the top spot in the singles chart.

It's the second week in a row that the hit, which features Beyonce, has been at number one.

Tinie Tempah's Pass Out stayed at number two, while Justin Bieber's Baby is at three.

It wasn't all good news for Gaga though. Her album has been pushed down to number two by Boyzone.

Boyzone's album, called Brother, is a tribute to Stephen Gately, who was in the group and died in October 2009.

Brother returned to number one after Boyzone hosted a TV show in memory of singer.

In the whole top 40 singles chart there was only one new entry - Usher's OMG, featuring Will.i.am, which went in at 13.