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29 April 2012, 19:30
The X Factor judge has ended Carly Rae Jepsen's three-week reign at the top of the chart.
Tulisa Contostavlos has ended Carly Rae Jepsen's hold on the Vodafone Big Top 40 number one spot following the release of her debut single.
The X Factor's judges first solo single 'Young' shot straight to number one on this week's chart show (29th April), pushing the Canadian singer-songwriter's hugely successful release 'Call Me Maybe' down one place to number two.
US indie-pop band Fun. have also fallen one place this weekend with their worldwide smash 'We Are Young' while Calvin Harris' floor-filling single 'Let's Go' featuring Ne-Yo is at number four.
British singer-songwriter Alex Clare's 2011 single 'Too Close' rose up 23 places on this week's chart to number five, following a surge in popularity after it was used in a TV advert.
Cover Drive were this week's second highest new entry after their latest release' Sparks', taken from their debut album 'Bajan Style', entered the Big Top 40 chart at number six.
The Vodafone Big Top 40 with Rich and Kat airs every Sunday from 4-7pm.
Check out the full top ten on this week's Vodafone Big Top 40 below: