Rihanna 'may make chart record'

Rihanna has just announced her first major UK arena tour.
R&B singer Rihanna's hit 'Umbrella' is set to become the longest-running number one single for more than a decade, according to reports.

Music Week magazine said the track, which features rapper Jay-Z, is likely to top the chart for a 10th week.
The last song to spend more than 9 weeks at number one was Wet Wet Wet's 'Love Is All Around' in 1994.

If she does make it 10 weeks at number one, she will become only the seventh artist in chart history to reach double figures.
Three of the previous six came in the early 1990s - Wet Wet Wet, Bryan Adams and Whitney Houston - with the other three soon after the charts began in the 1950s.
Barbados-born Rihanna, who recently performed at the Tokyo leg of Live Earth, released her first UK single, Pon De Replay, in 2005.