Pop star Ellie Goulding has ended Mark Ronson's reign at the top of the U.K. singles chart by debuting Love Me Like You Do at number one.

The song, taken from the soundtrack for the highly-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie, is Goulding's second U.K. number one and the fastest-selling single of the year (15) so far after selling over 172,000 units, around 87,000 more than Ronson's Uptown Funk.

The Bruno Mars collaboration slips to two, while Hozier's Take Me To Church takes third place.

Rihanna's Kanye West and Paul MCCartney track FourFiveSeconds is at four and Meghan Trainor's Lips Are Movin rounds out the new top five.

In the albums countdown, Bob Dylan secures his eighth U.K. number one with his covers project Shadows In The Night, ahead of Ed Sheeran's X at two and Trainor's Title slipping two spots to three.