It’s official: no one can dislodge Mark Ronson from no.1

Uptown Funk has now spent seven weeks on top of the UK singles chart

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Posted 1st February 2015 in News, Bruno Mars | By Clickmusic News Desk
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Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars are unstoppable. They're number one for the seventh week with 'Uptown Funk' despite some tough competition earlier in the week from Meghan Trainor and Hozier.

Mark told "It’s such an incredible thing to be Number 1 even for one week. It’s my first Number 1 of any single I’ve ever had, so to be Number 1 for seven weeks is something that just blows my mind.

"It’s amazing. It’s cool because it means that you guys all like what we like, which is good funk music and dance music played by musicians. It’s insane, so thank you."

Hozier's 'Take Me to Church' finishes the week at number 2, while Fergie's 'L.A. Love (La La)' climbs up 124 places to finish at number 3.

Meghan Trainor has suffered a bit of a stumble from the midweek chart update. 'Lips Are Movin'' falls down to number 4.

Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney are new in at number 5 with 'FourFiveSeconds' and Philip George's 'Wish You Were Mine' drops to 6.

Karen Harding is a new entry at 7 with 'Say Something' and Ed Sheeran's 'Thinking Out Loud' slips down to number 8.

Olly Murs and Demi Lovato drop to 9 with 'Up' and Avicii's 'The Nights' falls two places to complete this week's top 10.