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The publishing phenomenon is everywhere right now and with a Hollywood adaptation no doubt just around the corner here are just a few suggestions for suitable soundtrack songs.
It may be a bit on the nose but RiRi's 2011 hit undoubtedly sums up one of the central themes of E.L. James' worldwide literary sensation and would set up the tone of the inevitable film with just the right amount of #swagger.
JLS' summer 2011 hit would make a brilliant soundtrack for the introduction of Fifty Shades of Grey's male romantic lead, the handsome bachelor Christian Grey, when he meets protagonist Ana Steele for the first time.
Carly Rae Jepsen's breakthrough hit has been the sound of the summer so far this year and perfectly encapsulates the initial flirtation between two people meeting for the first time.
Britney's 2008 girl empowerment anthem goes along perfectly with one of the book's central themes of women not being certain whether they can trust the men in their lives. You tell 'em Brit!
Madonna teamed up with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. this year for her comeback single 'Give Me All Your Luvin', which sees traditional roles reversed as the song focuses on a woman chasing a man who has caught her eye!
Jessie J's empowerment anthem is about girls proving to the world they can do everything just as well as men can, and would suit confused heroine Ana as she struggles with one of the biggest decisions of her life!
For the film's inevitable sex scene it doesn't get much more appropriate than Usher's 2012 hit 'Scream'. The dance floor-filler would make a great centerpiece moment for Capital's Fifty Shades Of Grey sex scene.
In one of Fifty Shades Of Grey's key moments Ana discovers the object of her affection's big secret, and there's no better accompaniment to this shocking revelation than Kelly's 2012 hit 'Dark Side', her song about how everyone has a secret.
Cheryl's flirtatious anthem has both the right sound and lyrical content to make it a perfect fit for our two lovers when Ana learns that the title 'sir' can be more important than a name.
Queen Bey's sexy 2004 hit would make a great accompaniment to show lead character Ana taking the power back from her admirer, Christian, and showing him what he could be missing out on.
If there's any song that would help show audiences why Ana falls so in love with the elusive Christian it would be Conor's 2012 hit 'Can't Say No'. As the song title suggests, Christian is irresistible to the fairer sex!
Karmin's debut single is about worrying your heart will be broken and the dangerous romance that features as the focus of Fifty Shades Of Grey would be well suited to Amy and Nick's recent pop anthem.
One of the first times readers witness Christian and Ana together in a romantic context is during a car ride home together when Kings Of Leon's huge hit single 'Sex On Fire' blares out across the car radio.
In one of the book's lighter and funnier moments Ana discovers Christian is a secret Britney Spears fan when she finds 'Toxic' on his ipod.
One of several gifts Christian gives to Ana is an Apple iPad, which he pre-loads with several songs including Coldplay's famous piano-led hit.
Beyonce's breakthrough solo single serves as the soundtrack for the Fifty Shades Of Grey scene that sees Ana and Christian cooking together.