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10 August 2012, 15:10 | Updated: 10 August 2012, 16:01
The 'R.I.P.' singer releases her second solo single this weekend to challenge for the number one position.
Rita Ora and Lawson are in the running for the number one position this weekend to challenge Wiley for the top spot on the Vodafone Big Top 40.
Last weekend Wiley scored a number one with his Ms. D featuring hit 'Heatwave', ending Florence And The Machine's reign at the top with 'Spectrum (Say My Name)', and will be looking to score a second week this weekend.
Lawson were the highest new entry on the chart last week with their second single 'Taking Over Me' entering at number four on its first day of release, so could also be in the running for a higher chart position.
Far East Movement's collaboration 'Turn Up The Love' with Cover Drive, and Bristol DJ and producer Redlight's 'Lost In Your Love' are also still charting well and could rise up to the top on the Big Top 40.
Join Rich and Kat on the Vodafone Big Top 40 this Sunday from 4pm and send in your questions for Rita Ora, who will be doing a Twitter take-over, using the hashtag #RitaOraBT40.
Check out a picture of Rita Ora at a recent concert in New York City below (Credit: Getty):