This Week's Chart By Numbers (7th June 2015)
A look at the best highlights from this Sunday's chart including FIVE non-movers and a HUGE number of appearances from 'Uptown Funk'.
1. 3: Number of weeks Jason Derulo has spent at No.1.
Jason Derulo's 'Want To Want Me' has followed in the footsteps of Omi's 'Cheerleader' and Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' with a there week stay in pole position. Picture : PA
2. 2: There were only TWO?! Yup, and they were both dance tracks.
We've been blessed with lots and lots of new entries over the past few weeks however this week the only new songs were Rudimental's 'Never Let You Go' and 'Take Me Away' by DJ S.K.T.
3. 9: Highest rise by a single track.
Major Lazer's 'Lean On' climbed all the way from No.14 to the No.5 spot, grabbing a place in the freshest top ten in the world!
4. 13: Biggest drop in places.
You have to LOVE Jessie's 'Flashlight' taken from the Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack however after a week in the top ten, the single has fallen 13 places.
5. 16: Insanely amazing collaborations.
Martin Garrix's team up with Usher one of SIXTEEN songs featuring more than one artist. You guys really do love a good pairing don't you? Picture: PA
6. 5: Non movers.
Believe it or not the top four singles have stayed EXACTLY the same for two weeks running. This is the first time this has happened in 2015.
7. 26: Most chart appearances.
The record breaking 'Uptown Funk' by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars has continued to dominate when it comes to chart appearances. The single is now down to No.22 and doesn't look like leaving any time soon.
8. 7: Former No.1 tracks.
Years & Years' 'King' are one of seven No.1 tracks in the chart. Can you name the others? Go on, have a go!