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JLS beat Robbie Williams to top of album chart

Boy band beat singer by around 2,000 copies

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JLS have beaten Robbie Williams to the top of the UK albums chart today (November 15) with their self-titled debut album.

The boyband's effort out-sold Williams' new effort 'Reality Killed The Video Star' by around 2,000 copies, leaving the former Take That member at Number Two in the chart.

Elsewhere in the chart Biffy Clyro went in at Number Eight with their new album 'Only Revolutions'.

In the singles stakes Black Eyed Peas rose to the top spot with 'Meet Me Halfway', with Leona Lewis going in at Number Two with 'Happy'.

UK singles chart Top Ten:

1. Black Eyed Peas – 'Meet Me Halfway'
2. Leona Lewis – 'Happy'
3. JLS – 'Everybody In Love'
4. Cheryl Cole – 'Fight For This Love'
5. N-Dubz – 'I Need You'
6. Ke$ha – 'Tik Tok'
7. Britney Spears – '3'
8. Sugababes – 'About A Girl'
9. Jay Sean (featuring Lil’ Wayne) – 'Down'
10. Alexandra Burke (featuring Flo Rida) – 'Bad Boys'


UK albums chart Top Ten:

1. JLS – 'JLS'
2. Robbie Williams – 'Reality Killed The Video Star'
3. Snow Patrol – 'Up To You'
4. Soldiers – 'Coming Home'
5. Black Eyed Peas – 'The End'
6. Michael Buble – 'Crazy Love'
7. Cheryl Cole – '3 Words'
8. Biffy Clyro – 'Only Revolutions'
9. Foo Fighters – 'Greatest Hits'
10. Rod Stewart – 'Soulbook'

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