At number three was London rapper Professor Green with 'I Need You Tonight"—the track, which features Ed Drewett, samples the 1987 INXS hit Need You Tonight. On the other hand, rapper Plan B, dropped a place to number four with 'She Said".
However, US RnB star Kelis was a new entry at number five with A cappella, reports the Telegraph. In the album chart, Plan B's 'The Defamation of Strickland Banks" went in at number one, while Scouting for Girls' 'Everybody Wants To Be On TV" was another new entry at number two.
Lady Gaga's 'The Fame" slipped to number three from number one, while US band MGMT came in at four with 'Congratulations". 'My World" by Justin Bieber fell from three to five.
London (ANI): Usher has topped the UK singles chart with his song 'OMG", featuring Will I Am. In the chart compiled by The Official UK Charts Company, they toppled 'This Ain't A Love Song", by Scouting for Girls, which had been number one for two weeks.