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9 December 2012, 19:40
The US Star's hit 'Locked Out Of Heaven' remains at the top of this week's chart following his set at London's O2 Arena.
Bruno Mars has scored the number one on this week's Vodafone Big Top 40 for a third time - fighting off strong competition from Will.i.am and Britney Spears.
The US star, who performed at the Jingle Bell Ball at London's O2 Arena last night, remains at the number one spot for a second consecutive week with his hit single 'Locked Out Of Heaven'.
The track went back to the top of the charts last week, and stays in that spot despite strong competition from Will.i.am with his Britney Spears featuring track 'Scream And Shout'.
Elsewhere on the chart, Olly Murs climbs one spot into third position with Gabrielle Aplin and Rihanna taking fourth and fifth respectively.
Pink also shot into the top 20 at 11 with her recent single 'Try' ahead of her closing set for day two of the Jingle Bell Ball tonight (9th December).
Pitbull was another new entry on the chart at 22 with 'Don't Stop The Party' and Mariah Carey's festive smash 'All I Want For Christmas' is a re-entry at 24.
The Vodafone Big Top 40 airs every Sunday with Rich and Kat from 4pm.