McFly Bump Shakira & Beyoncé Down UK Singles Chart
Rapper Akon's Don't Matter jumps eight places to claim the number three position, while Gym Class Heroes' Cupid's Chokehold drops a place to number four. Scooch are a new entry at number five with Flying The Flag (For You).
Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys enjoy a third week at the top of the UK album chart with Favourite Worst Nightmare, keeping new entry Manic Street Preachers' Send Away The Tigers at bay at number two.
Michael Buble's Call Me Irresponsible falls a place to number three; Travis are a new entry at number four with The Boy With No Name; and Amy Winehouse's Back To Black drops two positions to number five.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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