WESTLIFE END AFROMAN’S ‘HIGH’

The Irish boy band end Afroman's three-week reign at the top...

WESTLIFE entered the UK singles chart at Number One this Sunday evening (November 11), preventing AFROMAN’s ‘BECAUSE I GOT HIGH’ from spending a fourth week at the top.

Westlife achieved their ninth Number One with new single ‘Queen Of My Heart’. The Irish boy band also managed to hold off So Solid Crew from the top spot – the UK garage crew entered the chart at Number Three with ‘They Don’t Know’.

Other new entries in the Top Ten include the All Star Tribute charity single ‘What’s Going On’ at Number Six and Cher’s ‘The Music’s No Good Without You’ at Number Eight.

This week’s Top Ten UK singles are:

* 1. Westlife – ‘Queen Of My Heart’

* 2. Afroman – ‘Because I Got High’

* 3. So Solid Crew – ‘They Don’t Know’

* 4. Alicia Keys – ‘Fallin”

* 5. Iio – ‘Rapture’

* 6. All Star Tribute – ‘What’s Going On’

* 7. Jennifer Lopez – ‘I’m Real’

* 8. Cher – ‘The Music’s No Good Without You’

* 9. DJ Otzi – ‘Hey Baby’

* 10. Dandy Warhols – ‘Bohemian Like You’

Other notable new entries this week include D12’s ‘Fight Music’ at Number 11, The Strokes’ ‘Last Nite’ at Number 14, ‘Get Up’ by Beverley Knight at 17 and ‘Freelove’ by Depeche Mode at 19.

On the albums chart, Steps moved up to Number One with ‘Gold – The Greatest Hits’, sending Michael Jackson’s ‘Invincible’ falling to Number Five. Pink Floyd’s ‘Echoes – The Best Of’ was the highest new entry at Number Two, followed by Sting’s ‘All This Time’ at Number Three and Britney Spears’ ‘Britney’ at Number Four.

For a full list of the Top 100 singles and albums, visit NME.COM’s Charts section now.