November 28, 2005 04:27:02 GMT
Madonna stayed top of the British music charts on Sunday with her single "Hung Up" which samples heavily from the 1979 Abba hit "Gimme Gimme Gimme"
Madonna. What would you say about this multitalented pop singer? The success she has reached in music industry is an obvious evidence that she really has a great music talent. No need to comment further about her, just see the fruit of her hard work then you'll agree with world's opinion that she is a diva.
Anyway, Madonna has again held onto the top spot in both the UK album and singles charts. Her single "Hung Up" taken from her chart toper album "Confessions on a Dancefloor," tops UK singles charts Sunday for the third week in a row. Meanwhile, the album itself stays at number one in the album chart for a second week.
Irish boyband Westlife, to follow, is at No. 2 with their ballad "You Raise Me Up." No. 3 is American rockers Black Eyed Peas with "My Humps," ahead of Simon Webbe's "No Worries" at No. 4 and Girls Aloud at 5th with their single "Biology." Come at No. 6 is cartoon group Gorillaz who with their latest single "Dirty Harry," has become the highest new entry on the chart.
Securing the 7th place is Liberty X with their single entitled "A Night To Remember." In the meantime, Arctic Monkeys' "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor" moving up one place to number eight. Closing the chart Top 10 is R&B singer Craig David with "Don't Love You No More" at No. 9 and a new entry from Tom Novy called "Your Body" at 10.