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B.O.B knocks JLS from top spot

Published 18/07/2010

Hayley Williams features on B.O.B's chart-topping single Airplanes
Hayley Williams features on B.O.B's chart-topping single Airplanes

Rapper B.O.B. featuring Hayley Williams knocked boyband JLS from the top of the charts with the single Airplanes.

The 2008 X Factor runners-up slipped to number seven with their new song The Club Is Alive.

We No Speak Americano by Yolanda Be Cool vs D Cup climbed three places from five to two.

Katy Perry and rapper Snoop Dogg also dropped from two to four after spending a couple of weeks at number one with their hit California Gurls.

US rapper Eminem featuring Rihanna moved up one place to number three with their song Love The Way You Lie.

Katie Price failed to make the top 40, with her dance track Free To Love Again entering the charts at number 60 despite a publicity blitz.

There were three new entries in the singles chart, including Professor Green featuring Lily Allen at number five with Just Be Good To Green, plus Mark Ronson & The Business Intl at number six with Bang Bang Bang.

Pop princess Kylie Minogue was also toppled from the number one spot in the album charts with her record Aphrodite, swapping positions with Eminem. He had previously been number one with his album Recovery.

Kylie's first release from her 11th studio album, the dance track All The Lovers, slipped three places from nine to twelve in the singles chart.

The highest of the seven new entries in the album chart was Eliza Doolittle with her self titled release Eliza Doolittle, according to the The Official UK Charts Company.

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