October 6, 2010 16:00

Cee-Lo Green ahead of Robbie Williams and Kings Of Leon for UK Number One

Tinie Tempah also set for another new entry in the Top 10

Cee-Lo Green ahead of Robbie Williams and Kings Of Leon for UK Number One

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Cee Lo Green looks set to score his first solo UK Number One single on Sunday (October 10) with 'Forget You' – or 'Fuck You', as the explicit version is titled.

The singer, who is set to record a video with 50 Cent for an alternative version of the song, is Number One in today's official midweek chart update, and is expected to shift over 100,000 copies of the single by the end of the week.

Take That's Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow's duet 'Shame' is the midweek Number Two. Kings Of Leon also look set to enter the Top 10 with 'Radioactive', the first single from new album 'Come Around Sundown'.

Tinie Tempah also looks set for another hit – his new single 'Miami 2 Ibiza', a collaboration with Swedish House Mafia, is the midweek Number Five.

Check NME.COM from 7pm (BST) on Sunday to find out the final chart positions for this week.

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