Dizzee and Corden's World Cup Shout tops chart again

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James Corden and Dizzee Rascal
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Corden and Dizzee are still proving popular

Rapper Dizzee Rascal and comedian James Corden have topped the charts for a second week with their unofficial World Cup anthem Shout.

The track is a reworking of the Tears For Fears hit and its royalties are going to Great Ormond Street Hospital.

The World Cup theme continues at number two with K'Naan, up one place with Wavin' Flag, which he played at the opening ceremony in South Africa.

Kylie Minogue is a new entry at four with All The Lovers.

There were two other new entries in the top 10 with British rapper Example in at three with Kickstarts, and Robyn's Dancing on My Own at number eight.

The cast of hit show Glee have three singles in the top 40 with Over The Rainbow at 30, Any Way You Want It at 32 and Don't Stop Believin' at 33.

Glee also had album success with Glee - The Music - Journey To Regionals going straight in at number two.

But it was beaten to number one by Oasis whose greatest hits collection, Time Flies 1994-2009, was a new entry, becoming the 900th album to top the chart.

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