Busted fixed at No 2 in charts
Pop band Busted, featuring Suffolk teenager Charlie Simpson, has stormed in to the charts at number 2.Teenager Charlie, from Woodbridge, will be celebrating with bandmates Mattie Jay and James Bourne after Busted saw their single Year 3000 go in as a new entry at No 2.
Pop band Busted, featuring Suffolk teenager Charlie Simpson, has stormed in to the charts at number 2.
Teenager Charlie, from Woodbridge, will be celebrating with bandmates Mattie Jay and James Bourne after Busted saw their single Year 3000 go in as a new entry at No 2.
Their debut single, What I Go To School For, went straight in at number three.
Busted has already notched up a string of television performances on the likes of T4 and RI:SE and the Ipswich-born 17-year-old, a former pupil at Brandeston Hall Junior School and Uppingham School in Rutland, joined the group after answering an advert in the New Musical Express.
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Described as a cross between rockers Blink 182 and boy band Blue, Busted even turned down an offer from notorious Pop Idol judge Simon Cowell to join his label.
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Meanwhile, there was not much change in the album chart, with no new entries in the top ten. Avril Lavigne stays in pole position with 'Let Go'.