Los Angeles burlesque act the Pussycat Dolls have danced straight back to the top of the pop charts with "Stickwitu," the Official UK Charts Company s
Girl group The Pussycat Dolls cuts short Madonna's hold over the UK singles chart with their track "Stickwitu" jumping straight in at number one. This attainment obviously becoming the second British number one for the all-girl band after their chart-topping debut single "Don't Cha."
Oasis is another new entry at number two with "Let There Be Love," one step ahead of last week champ Madonna who drops two places to number three with her smash hit "Hung Up." Meanwhile, boy band Westlife falls two places to number four with "You Raise Me Up," while Black Eyed Peas is this week's number 5 with "My Humps."
At No. 6 is Simon Webbe, whose "No Worries" downs two places from last week's position. No 7, 8, 9 and 10 in succession are Kelly Clarkson's "Because of You," Babyshambles' "Albion," "Popstars" winners Girls Aloud with their "Biology," and Gorillaz's "Dirty Harry."