Far Out As Far*east Movement Return To The Top Of The U.s. Pop Charts

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FAR*EAST MOVEMENT have returned to the top of the U.S. pop charts for a third week at number one.
The group has spent two weeks at number two as Ke$ha and Rihanna took over at the top of the Billboard countdown, but now their Like a G6 is back at number one.
Rihanna's former chart-topper, What's My Name?, drops to seven but her new single, Only Girl (In the World), jumps up from four to two - and Bruno Mars' Just The Way You Are holds steady at three on the Hot 100.
The Glee cast scores its best ever download sales week as its cover of Katy Perry's Teenage Dream debuts at eight.
It's also a big week for the Black Eyed Peas - they score their second-best Hot 100 debut at 12 with The Time (Dirty Bit), which features samples from Dirty Dancing theme (I've Had) The Time of My Life.


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