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Usher Tops U.K. Singles Chart

April 19, 2010 (8:59 am) GMT
His single 'OMG' prevents Scouting for Girls' 'This Ain't a Love Song' from taking the first position on the chart.
Usher

has landed the number one spot on the U.K. singles chart with "OMG", his collaboration with ' . The "Yeah!" hitmaker climbed up one place to take the top spot in the rundown, pushing ' "This Ain't a Love Song" in to second.

claimed third with "I Need You Tonight", 's "She Said" debuted at number four and ' "Acapella" rounded out the top five. Meanwhile in the British album chart, Plan B entered at number one with "", Scouting for Girls took the number two spot with "" and 's Fame was at number three.

"OMG" is taken from Usher's latest studio installment "" which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200 in its opening week.

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