JAMES BLUNT CONTINUES DOMINATION OF UK CHARTS

The singer/songwriter continues to reign supreme...

JAMES BLUNT CONTINUES DOMINATION OF UK CHARTS
JAMES BLUNT remains at the top of the UK singles and albums charts tonight (July 31).


The singer is at Number One for the third week in the singles chart as ’You’re Beautiful’ continues to set modern chart history have risen to the top since its entry nine weeks ago. The song also tops the official UK download chart. Blunt also remains top of the UK albums chart with 'Back To Bedlam'.


Daniel Powter is this week’s highest new entry with ’Bad Day’ going in at Number Two. Eminem, in at Number Four with ’Ass Like That’, is the only other new entry in the Top Ten, the next one coming at 14 - Eighties icons Bananarama's comeback single 'Move In My Direction'.


This week’s Top Ten singles are:

1. James Blunt – ‘You're Beautiful’
2. Daniel Powter - 'Bad Day'
3. 2Pac Ft Elton John – ‘Ghetto Gospel’
4. Eminem – ‘Ass Like That’
5. Mariah Carey – ‘We Belong Together’
6. Kelly Clarkson – ‘Since U Been Gone’
7. Daddy Yankee – ‘Gasolina’
8. MVP – ‘Roc Ya Body (Mic Check 1 2)’
9. Lee Ryan - 'Army Of Lovers'
10. Crazy Frog – ‘Axel F’

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