Jess Glynne has held onto the top spot on the UK singles chart for a third week with single ‘Hold My Hand’. The single is the third chart topper to feature the 25 year old Londoner, but it’s her first solo track to reach the coveted number one spot.

Jess GlynneJess Glynne has stayed at the number one spot with ‘Hold My Hand’.

Glynne’s strongest competition this week came from US singer Nick Jonas who’s single ‘Jealous’ landed at the number two spot. Years and Years rose one place to take the number three position with ‘King', while James Bay spent his sixth week in the top ten with ‘Hold Back The River’ in the number four spot.

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Stevie McCrorie, the winner of BBC talent show ‘The Voice’ entered at number six with ‘Lost Stars’, just missing out on the top five thanks to Ed Sheeran’s ‘Bloodstream’ which fell three places.

In the album chart US pop-punkers All Time Low scored their first UK number one album with Future Hearts. Speaking to the Official Charts Company the Baltimore natives said, "This is a huge surprise! We didn't expect this kind of reaction to the album and we couldn't be happier.”

“After so many years together, we never want to let our fans down, and this feels like a massive achievement on their part as much as ours.” Future Hearts is the band’s sixth studio album and features Mark Hoppus of Blink 182 and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte.

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Future Hearts sold just 278 copies more than the number two seller James Bay's debut Chaos and the Calm, which debuted at the top spot three weeks ago. Last week’s chart toppers The Prodigy fell four places to the number five spot with The Day Is My Enemy, their first studio album in six years.