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Jessie J holds firm at singles No.1 with 'Domino'

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Jessie J's 'Domino' has held on at the top of the UK singles chart for a second week.

The Who You Are singer's latest release beat off competition from 'Mama Do The Hump' by Rizzle Kicks and 'Titanium' from David Guetta & Sia - which rise one and five places respectively - to extend her reign for another Sunday.

British Female Solo Artist Nominees: Jessie J performing during T4's Stars of 2011 event, at Earls Court, London

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Swedish House Mafia become the week's highest new entry at four with 'Antidote', while Pixie Lott bounds to eight from 14 with 'Kiss The Stars'. Taio Cruz and Coldplay round out the Top 10 after falling three together with 'Trouble Maker' and 'Paradise'.

Kelly Clarkson and the duo of Pitbull and Chris Brown both boost up the chart, their respective songs 'Stronger' and 'International Love' each rising ten to this week's 11 and 13.

Pixie Lott performs

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Kelly Clarkson

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Meanwhile, Labrinth and Tinie Tempah fall four to 14 with 'Earthquake', Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera team-up 'Moves Like Jagger' stumbles the same number to 16 and Rihanna is next with her Calvin Harris collaboration 'We Found Love', down six to 17.

Lana Del Rey locks up the top 20 with 'Video Games' after falling from last week's 16, denying Goyte & Kimbra a spot in the upper half of the top 40. Their track 'Somebody That I Used To Know' is up a mighty 15 places at 21.

X Factor 2010 alumni Cher Lloyd and One Direction are new entries at 26 and 28 respectively with their latest songs 'Want U Back' and 'One Thing'. Both tunes are officially scheduled for release on February 12.

Finally, 'At Last' by Etta James returns to the chart at 39 in tribute to the legendary singer, who passed away at the age of 73 on Friday (January 20) following a battle with leukaemia.

Her vocals can also be heard on Top 10 tracks 'Good Feeling' by Flo Rida and 'Levels' by Avicii, which sample her 1962 classic 'Something's Gotta Hold On Me'.

The Top 10 in full:

1. (1) Jessie J: 'Domino'
2. (3) Rizzle Kicks: 'Mama Do The Hump'
3. (8) David Guetta ft. Sia: 'Titanium'
4. (-) Swedish House Mafia ft. Knife Party: 'Antidote'
5. (2) Flo Rida: 'Good Feeling'
6. (5) Lloyd ft. Andre 300 & Lil Wayne: 'Dedication To My Ex (Miss That)'
7. (4) Avicii: 'Levels'
8. (14) Pixie Lott: 'Kiss The Stars'
9. (6) Taio Cruz: 'Trouble Maker'
10. (7) Coldplay: 'Paradise'

Source: Official Charts Company

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