Lily Allen Holds UK Number One Spot For Second Weekby Contributor | | 08 February 2009
Lily Allen's new single The Fear has remained at the top of the UK singles charts for a second week.
The 23-year-old's new album It's Not Me, It's You is released on Monday.
Eminem's comeback single Crack A Bottle debuted at number four with Change, the debut solo single by Daniel Merriweather, entering the chart at number eight.
In the album chart Bruce Springsteen's new effort Working On A Dream held the top spot for the second week in a row.
Which Bitch, the new effort by the View, debuted at number four while albums by Fleet Foxes and Elbow made huge leaps to re-enter the top ten.
The top ten songs in the UK singles chart are:
1 Lily Allen: The Fear
2 Lady GaGa: Just Dance
3 Tinchy Stryder feat. Taio Cruz: Take Me Back
4 Eminem feat. Dr Dre & 50 Cent: Crack A Bottle
5 Alesha Dixon: Breathe Slow
6 Kid Cudi vs Crookers: Day 'N' Nite
7 James Morrison feat. Nelly Furtado: Broken Strings
8 Daniel Merriweather: Change
9 Beyonce: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
10 Kevin Rudolf feat. Lil Wayne: Let It Rock
The top ten albums in the UK chart are: (last week's position)
1 Bruce Springsteen: Working On A Dream (1)
2 Kings Of Leon: Only By The Night (3)
3 Fleet Foxes: Fleet Foxes (23)
4 The View: Which Bitch (-)
5 Lady GaGa: The Fame (4)
6 Elbow: The Seldom Seen Kid (17)
7 James Morrison: Songs For You, Truths For Me (5)
8 The Killers: Day & Age (10)
9 Beyonce: I Am Sasha Fierce (7)
10 The Script: The Script (6)