Muse score biggest ever hit

But are they top of UK singles chart?

Muse have scored their highest ever entry in the UK singles chart tonight – but Nelly Furtado is still at Number One.

‘Maneater’ stays at the summit for a third week, with Muse‘s comeback single ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ the highest new entry at Four.

Elsewhere, Lostprophets jump from 39 to Eight with ‘Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)’ while The Zutons are in at Nine with ‘Valerie’.

England’s success in the World Cup isn’t helping the sales of Embrace‘s official single much – ‘World At Your Feet’ goes out of the Top Ten to 17, two places below the re-released ‘Three Lions’ by The Lightning Seeds with comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner.

The Top Ten is:

1. Nelly Furtado – ‘Maneater’

2. Shakira ft Wyclef Jean – ‘Hips Don’t Lie’

3. Sandi Thom – ‘I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker’

4. Muse – ‘Supermassive Black Hole’

5. The Automatic – ‘Monster’

6. Sergio Mendes/Black Eyed Peas – ‘Mas Que Nada’

7. Infernal – ‘From Paris To Berlin’

8. Lostprophets – ‘Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)’

9. The Zutons – ‘Valerie’

10. Pink – ‘Who Knew’

In the album chart, Keane enter at Number One with second LP ‘Under The Iron Sea’, while singles chart conquerer Nelly Furtado has to settle for an entry at Five with ‘Loose’.