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9 September 2012, 18:50
The R&B star knocks Pink off the summit as Amelia Lily scores highest new entry with her debut single.
Ne-Yo has knocked Pink off the Vodafone Big Top 40 number one spot with his new single 'Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)'.
The American star rose four places a week after the track's release denying Amelia Lily a spot at the summit with her debut 'You Bring Me Joy' which is the highest new entry at two.
Pink's latest release 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' fell to five, with The Script at three and Little Mix's 'Wings' making up the rest of the top five.
The second highest new entry this week came from Flo Rida with 'I Cry' whilst Sam And The Womp remain inside the top ten for the fourth week with 'Bom Bom'.
Elsewhere on the chart, Fun's 'Some Nights' jumped a massive twenty places to scrape into the top ten and Plan B is a new entry at 34 with 'Deepest Shame'.
Meanwhile, the music video for Ne-Yo's team up with teen star Conor Maynard, 'Turn around', is expected to be released Monday (10th September).
TheVodafone Big Top 40 with Rich and Kat airs every Sunday from 4-7pm.