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Here is our countdown to this weekend's top ten singles.
Another week in the top ten for the man with the gorgeous red guitar and luscious locks that even make the ladies jealous, it's James Bay with 'Let It Go' (note: Nothing to do with 'Frozen'...oh Elsa).
They debuted at No.8 last week and it looks like London's best hip-hop duo are back for another taste of chart glory with their Jeremih collaboration 'Freak Of The Week'.
Woo! Looks like you are all loving a good party. Walk The Moon's breakthrough single 'Shut Up And Dance' has now made it an entire MONTH in the top ten, congrats guys.
*Whistling Flo Rida's new single*...oh sorry we were having a little Flo moment there...or a 'floment'...ah that's terrible.
She's done it again. Rita Ora's 'Poison' probably has the sexiest music video of 2015 but you can't see videos on the radio now can you?! The song itself is a slice of poptastic sweetness and you are loving it.
NEW ENTRY alert. Fifth Harmony have teamed up with Kid Ink for their HUGE new single 'Worth It'. Congratulations girls, you made the top to only hours after the song was released.
You may not have heard of David Zowie yet but soon enough you'll be humming his breakthrough single 'House Every Weekend' all day.
The No.1 single has fallen! After just two weeks at the top Jess Glynne and Tinie Tempah's collaboration have lost the top spot...but who to?
Another new entry chart-fans. Years & Years are no strangers to the Vodafone Big Top 40 chart as earlier this year they bagged a No.1 with 'King'.
Congratulations to Lost Frequencies! After two weeks at No.2, the Belgian DJ has finally leap-frogged the competition at grabbed his very first No.1 single.