Top 5 Pop Singles
- Cheryl Cole - "Promise This"
- Rihanna - "Only Girl (In the World)"
- Bruno Mars - "Just the Way You Are"
- Cee Lo Green - "Forget You"
- Mike Posner - "Cooler Than Me"
Biggest Chart Movers
- #27-#11 - Michael Buble - "Hollywood"
- #34-#28 - Wanted - "All Time Low"
- #41-#35 - Eminem featuring Lil Wayne - "No Love"
Hot New Pop Singles
- #13 Tim Berg - "Seek Bromance"
- #14 Peter Andre - "Defender"
- #15 Devlin featuring Yasmin - "Runaway"
Cheryl Cole rolls to the top of the chart with "Promise This," her first single from the upcoming Messy Little Raindrops album. It is the biggest single sales week of the year so far outside of the "Everybody Hurt" Haiti charity release. Rihanna follows with an opening at #2 with sales that would have guaranteed #1 in nearly any other week. Mike Posner climbs one notch higher than his #6 US peak with "Cooler Than Me."
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Top 5 Pop Albums
- Kings of Leon - Come Around Sundown
- Michael Buble - Crazy Love
- Joe McElderry - Wide Awake
- Wanted - Wanted
- Robbie Williams - In and Out of Consciousness: Greatest Hits
Hot New Pop Albums
- #6 Taylor Swift - Speak Now
- #8 Barbra Streisand - The Ultimate Collection
- #10 Soldiers - Letters Home
Kings of Leon keep a firm grip on the top of the chart this week. Michael Buble roars to his highest peak yet for Crazy Love with its deluxe re-release featuring the new single "Hollywood." Joe McElderry now becomes only the second X Factor winner to fail to debut at #1 with his first album. Ahead of what is expecting to be a stunning US debut, Taylor Swift manages to open at only #6 in the UK with Speak Now.