Madonna's "Sorry" debuted in the top spot of UK singles charts on Sunday, registering her 12th British number one
Madonna apparently really deserves the predicate of pop queen. The singer has had her "Sorry" debuted in the top spot of UK singles chart on Sunday, marking her 12th British number one. In second place is Corinne Bailey Rae whose "Put Your Records On" pushes aside last week's chart topper DJ Meck's "Thunder In My Heart" into 3rd.
Debuted in 4th spot is Irish boy band Westlife's "Amazing", while the No. 5 seat is secured by Notorious B.I.G.'s "Nasty Girl" which falls from No. 2. In the meantime, Ordinary Boys falls three places to No. 6 with "Boys Will Be Boys," followed behind at No. 7 by Chris Brown's "Run It." "Is It Just Me" by The Darkness only debuts at No. 8, while "You Got The Love" by Source is at 9th and "Sugar We're Goin' Down" by Fall Out Boy stays at No. 10.