April 7, 2010 16:00

Plan B launches further challenge on Lady Gaga in UK singles chart

Gaga continues to reign supreme in the albums chart

Plan B launches further challenge on Lady Gaga in UK singles chart

Photo: Tom Oxley

Plan B's single 'She Said' is continuing to fight it out with Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' in the UK singles chart, according to midweek sales figures released by Official Charts Company.

At present, Gaga is still at the Number Two position, with 'She Said' occupying the Number Three slot. Scouting for Girls' 'This Ain't A Love Song' looks set to regain the Number One single position.

In the albums chart, Lady Gaga's 'The Fame' is still at Number One, with new entries from Doves' ('The Places Between - The Best Of'), Jonsi ('Go') and Rufus Wainwright ('All Days Are Nights – Songs For Lulu') all vying for a place inside the Top Ten.

Check NME.COM from 7pm (GMT) on Sunday (April 4) to find out all the official UK chart news.

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