Chart Round-Up: Nick Jonas, Jess Glynne and The Voice UK(!?) all score top 10 hits.

Another Sunday brings another Official Charts and we’re here to fill you in on all the chart news going on in the world of pop this week.

Jess Glynne will be a very happy bunny this week as she’s scored a third week at number one with her mega-hit ‘Hold My Hand’, keeping absolute fittie Nick Jonas from the top spot with ‘Jealous’ which lands at number two, after zooming 111 places up the chart. G’wan bae!


Years & Years climb one slot to number three with ‘King’ and also scores title as this week’s most-screamed track with over 1.87million listens (that’s a lot of people).

Our new fav boy James Bay slips to number four with ‘Hold Back The River’ whilst Ed Sheeran and Rudimental’s ‘Bloodstream’ falls three places to number five.

The Voice UK have also scored their first top ten single (yes, you read that right) with winner Steve McCrorie’s version of Adam Levine’s ‘Lost Stars’.

In the albums chart, All Time Low just scrapes their first number one album with ‘Future Stars’ selling just 278 copies more than James Bay’s ‘Chaos and the Calm’ which sits at number two.

Speaking to the Official Charts Company, the band 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.”

Ed Sheeran’s million-selling ‘x’ rises one place to number three, while Sam Smith’s million-selling ‘In The Lonely Hour’ falls to number four. Prodigy’s ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ rounds off the top five.

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