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Jessie J knocks Flo Rida off top of the chart as Bruno Mars trumps Adele
The 23-year-old Essex girl forced the American rapper’s track Good Feeling to number two in the singles chart.
Brighton duo Rizzle Kicks jumped two spots to number three with their hip hop number Mama Do The Hump.
Levels by Swedish DJ Avicii held on to fourth position as R&B artist Lloyd stormed up the charts to number five with Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) featuring Andre 3000 and Lil Wayne.
Elsewhere in the albums chart, Ed Sheeran’s debut album + slid to number three as the Maccabees’ Given To The Wild entered the charts in forth position.
Beyonce’s 4 rose one place to number five.
Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran – who is going head-to-head with Jessie J for British Breakthrough Act and Best Single at the Brits - has revealed there is no animosity between them.
Ed told The Sun: ‘I’ve known Jessie for a couple of years. We did a gig together about a year and a half ago, at a place in Brick Lane in east London, to about 50 people.
‘For us to be frontrunners at The Brits is amazing. It’s been nice to be on that rise with her.
‘There is no jealousy between British artists. We are all good friends. I lived with Rizzle Kicks for a while and Emeli Sandé supported me. I have history with pretty much everyone nominated.’
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