Sugababes end Black Eyes Peas' reign at number one

The Sugababes have ended Black Eyed Peas' reign at number one in the UK singles chart this week, with their brand new single Hole In The Head. Black Eyed Peas occupied number one for six weeks with Where Is The Love, almost as long as Cher's Believe, which held the the top spot for seven weeks in 1998.

Kevin Lyttle's debut UK single Turn Me On arrives at number two fighting off stiff competition from the much lauded 50 Cent and his latest single ...

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