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Here is our countdown to this weekend's top ten singles.
Haters gonna hate hate hate…the thing is Taylor we're not too sure you actually have any haters. Miss Swift stays in the top ten for ANOTHER week with her lead single from '1989'.
First Avicii, now Alesso. Sweden really know how to produce some world class DJs don't they? This banger featuring Tove Lo keeps it's place in the top ten for a third week running.
Your X-Factor champion holds onto a top ten place with his debut single 'Something I Need'.
Its Yeezy and McCeezy in the building! Two of the most influential artists of their respective times have joined forces to bring us something a little special right here. Wow.
Aaaand that makes it 26 WEEKS in the chart now for Ed Sheeran's glorious ballad. An incredible dancing music video, countless covers and a prime time spot on the X Factor final have kept Ed Sheeran in the top ten for a long long time.
We love this song, we love Olly Murs and we LOVE Demi Lovato. Sorry we got a little soppy on you there but come on this is a match made in heaven.
Tchami has supported huge acts such as Diplo and Skrillex on tour. However it is now the French DJ's turn to take centre stage with his collaborate with Kaleem Taylor shooting into the top five only hours after it's release.
Well, well, well what do we have here, it's only that lovely lady Taylor Swift AGAIN. Taylor captures another place in out top ten this weekend with her second single from '1989'.
That makes it TWO weeks in a row at No.2 for the man from Nottingham who only quit his job at his local golf club three weeks ago to pursue a career in music.
Congratulations to the dream team that is Ronson & Mars. They have made it to No.1 for a fourth week running. Not only did they bag the last No.1 of 2014, they have grabbed the first No.1 of 2015.