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Jepsen keeps Harris off top spot
Scottish singer and music producer Calvin Harris has claimed this week's highest new entry in the singles charts, rocketing into the number two slot with Let's Go.
The track, featuring Ne-Yo, didn't manage to dislodge Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen however, as her song Call Me Maybe stayed at the top of the charts for the fourth week running.
We Are Young, by Fun and Janelle Monae, stayed at number three, while Can't Say No, by Conor Maynard, moved down two places to number four, the Official UK Charts Company said. Jessie J stayed put at number five with Laserlight, featuring David Guetta.
There was only one other new entry in the top 40 - a re-entry for Welsh band Stereophonics with their single Dakota, which entered the charts at number 29. The song, originally released in 2005, was performed on BBC One talent show The Voice last week by two of the budding performers.
Jack White, formerly of The White Stripes, stormed to number one in the album chart with Blunderbuss, his first solo album. Adele's 21, the biggest-selling record of last year, slipped into the number two position.
There was another new entry at number five for Rufus Wainwright's new album Out of the Game, while Lana Del Rey's Born To Die rose one position to number three.
Pink Friday - Roman Reloaded by Nicki Minaj fell one place to number four.