Jason Derulo has topped the UK singles chart for a fourth consecutive week with ‘Want to Want Me’, the Official Charts Company has announced. It means the track is now the fourth single this year to spend at least four weeks in the number one spot, along with Mark Ronson’s ‘Uptown Funk’, Ellie Goulding’s ‘Love Me Like You Do’ and OMI’s ‘Cheerleader’.

Jason DeruloJason Derulo is still on top with 'Want To Want Me'

Derulo was able to see off stiff competition from Deorro and Chris Brown whose ‘Five More Hours’ was this week's highest new entry landing at number four. ‘Five More Hours’ had looked like it could cause Derulo some problems in the mid-week charts, but in the end it fell short of taking the top spot.

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Major Lazer's ‘Lean On’ managed to climb one spot to second place, knocking down former chart topper OMI’s ‘Cheerleader’, which dropped to number three. Moving up three places was Walk The Moon's ‘Shut Up & Dance,’ which entered the top five for the first time this week.

In the album chart, Muse’s Drones kept the top spot for a second week, marking the first time the band have held on to a number one spot since 2006's Black Holes & Revelations.

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Spending a second week in the number two spot was Florence + The Machine with How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, while Paul Simon's Ultimate Collection managed to leap a massive nine places to take the number three spot.