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Here is our countdown to this weekend's top ten singles.
Guetta and Sande make an UNSTOPPABLE team. We don't think there is a person on the planet who doesn't join in with Emeli Sande as she belts out this feel good chorus.
Taken as the third release from his upcoming SEVENTH studio album 'UR', Usher still knows how to make us all get our groove on with 'I Don't Mind'. Picture: Getty
He's easily one of 2015's biggest artists so far and his single 'Hold Back The River' has won him countless fans. Expect his album 'Chaos And The Calm' on the 23rd March 2015.
With the Fifty Shades Of Grey hype gradually fading away, The Weeknd's 'Earned It' is slowly falling down the chart. We still can't help but fall in love with his voice every time we hear that intro thought #smooth.
The record breaking single has been parodied, covered and performed on countless TV shows however the most impressive feat is that it has never EVER left the top ten of the Vodafone Big Top 40.
Andrew Hozier Byrne's life has taken a complete 360 degrees in the last two years when this HUGE hit propelled the Irish singer into superstardom. Be sure it check out both 'From Eden' and ' Someone New' too.
RiRi, Macca and Yeezy are now only one week away from making it a solid TWO months in the top ten. 'FourFiveSeconds' is yet to fall out of the top ten since it's release.
Goin' down for real…unfortunately for Flo Rida, 'GDFR' really is going down for real, to third place to be precise.
If you need a little lift on a Sunday afternoon then nothing quite hits the spot like a little Years & Years. The trio know how to write a catchy hit with 'King' spending ANOTHER week in the top ten.
Some pairings were just meant to be, fish and chips, Ant and Dec, Kendall and Kylie and now Sam Smith and John Legend. These two vocal powerhouses have absolutely stormed the chart this week with their new version of Sam's 'Lay Me Down'.