TV exposure helps Boyzone and GaGa to top charts

After climbing 12-1 last week to become the first chart-topper ever to namecheck Alexander Graham Bell's communication device, Telephone extends its lead over Tinie Tempah's Pass Out, which continues at number two.

Telephone sold 58,299 copies last week, while Pass Out -the first number one to name check Scunthorpe - sold a further 51,335 copies.

GaGa's album The Fame surged back to number one last week, partly due to Telephone's success, but is itself knocked off the summit this week ...

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