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Rita Ora sticks at number one for a second week on The Official Vodafone Big Top 40 Chart!


Rita Ora holds onto the top spot for a second week

Promises by Sam Smith and Calvin Harris has not made it back to number one on the UK's biggest chart show this week. The one and only Rita Ora has kept her place. Her new single "Let You Love Me" was number one last week, too.

She's also revealed a brand new album is on the way. We're huge Rita fans here so cannot wait for that!

Today's show had all the guests on and couldn't get any better really. First off, MK joined hosts Marvin Humes and Kat Shoob live in the studio to chat about his new tune 'Back and Forth', featuring Becky Hill and Jonas Blue. Becky also joined MK in the studio.

Last week, 'Back and Forth' charted at number 29 but went up two this week, meaning it's now in spot 27.

The next guest to join Humes and Shoob was non other than Mr Olly Murs! That's right, he's back. He came in to promo his new track "Moves". It features American rapper Snoop Dogg! Check out our latest posts on hartleyproductions.uk as we've told you all the need to know information regarding this latest collaboration with Olly Murs and Snoop Dogg, earlier this week.

Olly has a brand new album coming out latest this year. It'll be his sixth studio album, but we've been left in the dark as to who else will be featuring on the album. Hopefully some hints will drop in due course.

Can Rita Ora make it three weeks at the top? Find out next week. For now, watch the official video for 'Let You Love Me', below:


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