November 13, 2009 16:11

Black Eyed Peas and Leona Lewis in battle to top the UK singles chart

It's neck and neck between 'Meet Me Halfway' and 'Happy'

Black Eyed Peas and Leona Lewis in battle to top the UK singles chart
Black Eyed Peas are currently battling it out with Leona Lewis to see who will top the UK singles chart this Sunday (November 15).

Lewis' comeback single 'Happy' – her first UK single since 2008's chart-topping cover of Snow Patrol's 'Run' – is currently fighting it out with Black Eyed Peas' latest release 'Meet Me Halfway'.

Despite the US group's single having already charted at Number Three last Sunday (November 8), they look set to go head-to-head with Lewis for the Number One position on this Sunday's chart.

Check NME.COM at 7pm (GMT) on Sunday night to see who tops both the UK singles and album charts.

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