The Saturdays have won their first UK number one single with 'What About Us'. The Sean Paul collaboration becomes the girl group's first chart-topper, although they have previously scored 11 Top 10 hits since 2008. It is also the fastest-selling single of 2013 so far, shifting over ...
114,000 copies in its first week. "We couldn't be more thrilled to be the UK's official new number one with 'What About Us'," the band told The Official Charts Company. "Thanks to everyone who has supported us and the single. We love you all. This is your number one too!" It is Sean Paul's second UK number one single as a featured performer, and his first since 2003's 'Breathe' with Blu Cantrell. Justin Timberlake falls to number two after three weeks at the top with 'Mirrors', selling 40,000 copies less than The Saturdays.
Pink and Nate Ruess stay at three with 'Just Give Me a Reason', Bruno Mars sticks at four with 'When I Was Your Man', while Bastille hang on to five with 'Pompeii'. One Direction drop four to six with 'One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)'. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis slip one to seven with 'Thrift Shop'.
Bridgit Mendler stays at eight with 'Ready or Not'. Disclosure and AlunaGeorge climb again to nine with 'White Noise'. Avicii and Nicky Romero complete the Top 10, falling one with 'I Could Be the One'.
Taylor Swift climbs 15 places to 11 with her latest single '22', while Justin Timberlake rises six to 14 with 'Suit & Tie'. Kodaline score this week's highest new entry at 16 with 'High Hopes'. Nelly's 'Hey Porsche' climbs two to 15, while The 1975 rise two to 19 with 'Chocolate'.
Pitbull and Christina Aguilera enter at 27 with 'Feel This Moment', while former Britain's Got Talent act ReConnected land at 32 with 'One in a Million'. Jakwob enters at 35 with 'Fade'.