In the album chart Will Young has scored his fourth number one with ‘85% Proof’.
Jason Derulo has taken the top spot of the UK singles chart this weekend with ‘Want To Want Me’, giving the singer his fourth number one. Derulo first topped the charts in 2010 with ‘In My Head’, followed by 2011’s ‘Don’t Wanna Go Home’ and 'Talk Dirty' in 2013.
Jason Derulo is sitting on top of the UK singles chart for the fourth time.
Speaking to OfficialCharts.com the US singer said, “I just want to say thank you to all the fans for giving me this tremendous pleasure. It never ever gets old. Honestly, it feels just as good every time, if not better!"
Clarkson also used Twitter to reassure a fan that television screens hadn't seen the last of him yet.
Jeremy Clarkson took to Twitter to agree with another user that he is “fed up” of the deluge of media speculation around his future, ever since he was sacked from BBC’s ‘Top Gear’ after his notorious “fracas” with producer Oisin Tymon.
Twitter user Sienna Sapphire seemingly wondered out loud: “Anyone else sick of hearing about Jeremy Clarkson? Nothing particularly against him, but why is his every move / word still in the news?” She was probably a bit surprised to find that, this morning, Clarkson had replied “I do like me but even I'm fed up with it.”
Jeremy Clarkson being interviewed by Chris Evans for BBC R2
Date of birth
20th January, 1979