Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way' on course to be Number One

Plus PJ Harvey's 'Let England Shake' heading for Top Five

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Lady Gaga's comeback single 'Born This Way' looks set to top the UK singles chart this Sunday (February 20), according to official midweek figures.

If the single does top the charts it will be Lady Gaga's fifth UK Number One.

JLS' 'Eyes Wide Shut', which features Brit Award winner Tinie Tempah, is the midweek Number Five, climbing from Number 17 last week.

PJ Harvey looks set for a Top Five place in the albums chart, with her new effort 'Let England Shake' the midweek Number Four. Adele's '21' is still Number One in the midweeks.

Check NME.COM this Sunday from 7pm (GMT) for the full chart rundown.

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