Shakira returns to top of UK singles chart

Although its sales are down 9.9% week-on-week to 29,109, Shakira and Wyclef Jean's Hips Don't Lie returns to the top of the singles chart, writes Alan Jones.
Rebounding 3-1, it's the first single to reclaim the number one position since Eric Prydz's Call On Me in October 2004.
Prydz's single debuted at number one but Shakira and Wyclef's didn't and is the first single to rise through the ranks to reach the top twice since Mr Blobby's self-titled ...

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