Miley Cyrus does the Official UK Chart double

'Wrecking Ball' is Number One Single and 'Bangerz' tops the Albums Chart

Miley Cyrus does the Official UK Chart double

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Miley Cyrus has done the Official UK Chart double by debuting in at Number One in both the Albums and Singles charts.

The US singer's fourth album, 'Bangerz', has entered at the top spot, while 'Wrecking Ball' saw off tough competition from Eminem's 'Bezerk' and last week's Number One, 'Counting Stars' by One Republic, to debut in pole position in the Official UK Singles Chart, reports the Official Charts Company.

Elsewhere in the UK Albums Chart, Chase & Status debut in at Number Two with their third studio album 'Brand New Machine'. Arctic Monkey's 'AM' is at Number Three, 'Mechanical Bull' by Kings Of Leon is down one spot to Number Four and last week's Number One, Haim's 'Days Are Gone', is at Number Five.

Meanwhile, former X Factor contestant Lucy Spraggan's debut album 'Join The Club' is at Number 7. Panic! At The Disco's 'Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die' is at Number 10, Korn's 'The Paradigm Shift' is at Number 16 and The Fratellis' 'We Need Medicine' is at Number 26.

In the Official UK Singles Chart, Eminem's 'Bezerk' is at Number Two, One Republic's 'Counting Stars' is at Number Three and Conor Maynard's 'R U Crazy' is at Number Four. 'Disco Love' by The Saturdays is at Number Five.

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