Take That Have Greatest Day With Number One Singleby Contributor | | 30 November 2008
Greatest Day, the new single by Take That, has debuted at the top of the UK singles chart.
The reunited boyband claimed their 11th number one single to knock Beyonce off the top spot.
The quartet's new album The Circus is released on December 1st.
In a major week in the album charts, The Killers achieved their third number one album with Day & Age, beating Guns N' Roses' long-awaited to the top of the charts.
X Factor runner-up Rhydian Roberts entered at number three with his debut album while Irish trio the Priests rounded off the top five.
Kanye West's fourth album 808s and Heartbreak entered at a disappointing eleventh.
The top ten singles in the UK are: (last week's position)
1 Take That: Greatest Day (-)
2 Beyonce: If I Were A Boy (1)
3 TI feat. Rihanna: Live Your Life (4)
4 The Killers: Human (3)
5 Katy Perry: Hot N Cold (5)
6 Alesha Dixon: The Boy Does Nothing (6)
7 Britney Spears: Womanizer (9)
8 X Factor Finalists: Hero (2)
9 Akon: Right Now [Na Na Na] (14)
10 Girls Aloud: The Promise (7)
The top ten albums in the UK are:(last week's position)
1 The Killers: Day & Age (-)
2 Guns N' Roses: Chinese Democracy (-)
3 Rhydian: Rhydian (-)
4 Leona Lewis: Spirit (1)
5 Priests: The Priests (-)
6 Stereophonics: Decade in the Sun (3)
7 Kings Of Leon: Only By The Night (6)
8 Pink: Funhouse (8)
9 Girls Aloud: Out of Control (5)
10 Il Divo: The Promise (7)