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Rudimental knock Fun off UK number one spot

Rudimental have knocked Fun off the UK number one spot with their debut single, ‘Feel The Love.’

The London four-piece’s collaboration with vocalist John Newman took pole position ahead of last week's chart-topper, Fun's 'We Are Young' (No.2), Loreen’s ‘Euphoria,’ Sweden’s winning entry in last week’s Eurovision Song Contest (No.3), and pop-rock outfit Lawson’s first release, ‘She Was Mine’ (No.4).

Elsewhere, Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' fell to No.5, Rihanna’s ‘Where Have You Been' held firm at No.6, while Gary Barlow entered at No.11 with his Commonwealth anthem, ‘Sing.'

In the rest of the Top 40, there were new entries for Sebastian Ingrosso & Ryan Tedder’s 'Calling' (No.19), Alexandra Burke’s ‘Let It Go’ (No.33), Justin Bieber's 'Die In Your Arms' (No.34), and Wretch 32's 'Hush Little Baby' (No.35), whilst there were climbs for Coldplay & Rihanna's 'Princess of China' (No.13) and Pitbull’s ‘Back In Time’ (No.21).




Watch the video for Rudimental's 'Feel The Love' below: