Carly Rae Jepsen spends fourth week at UK number one spot
Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ has topped the UK charts for a fourth week running.
The Canadian singer held off stiff competition from Calvin Harris ft Ne-Yo’s ‘Let Go,’ which eventually had to settle for No.2 after leading the midweek charts, and Fun ft. Janelle Monae’s ‘We Are Young,’ which held firm at No.3, to equal Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ record as the longest continuously running number one this year.
Last week’s highest new entry, Conor Maynard’s 'Can’t Say No,' slipped to No.4, just ahead of Jessie J’s non-mover ‘Laserlight,’ while both Alex Clare’s ‘'Too Close' and Train’s ‘Drive By’ climbed into the Top 10.
Elsewhere, there were a flood of re-entries from songs that had been performed on BBC’s The Voice including Stereophonics’ ‘Dakota,’ (No.29) The Fray’s ‘How To Save A Life’ (No.34) and Kings Of Leon's 'Use Somebody' (No.35), while Azealia Banks' '212,' (No.14), Flo-Rida's 'Wild Ones' (No.17) and Swedish House Mafia's 'Greyhound' (No.20) all rebounded back up the chart.
Watch Carly Rae Jepsen perform 'Call Me Maybe' on The Ellen Degeneres Show below:
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