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Ke$ha, Rihanna scale US singles chart

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Ke$ha and Rihanna have both entered the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Ke$ha has climbed to number four on the tally with 'Die Young', while Rihanna's 'Diamonds' jumps from eight to five.

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Meanwhile, Maroon 5 continue to lead the chart for a seventh week with 'One More Night', while Psy's 'Gangnam Style' and fun.'s 'Some Nights' remain at two and three respectively.

Bruno Mars leaps 15 to seven with 'Locked Out of Heaven', Ne-Yo holds at nine with 'Let Me Love You', and Chris Brown lifts 11 to ten with 'Don't Wake Me Up' after 18 weeks on the tally.

Further down the chart, Flo Rida vaults 24 to 15 with 'I Cry', The Lumineers reach a new peak at 19 with 'Ho Hey', and Florida Georgia Line rise 29 to 24 with 'Cruise'.

Alicia Keys ascends 47 to 28 with 'Girl on Fire', Ed Sheeran climbs 41 to 34 with 'The A Team', and Taylor Swift's '22' debuts at 44.

Elsewhere, The Script bound 70 to 53 with 'Hall of Fame', Swedish House Mafia's 'Don't You Worry Child' leaps 75 to 55, and Kelly Rowland and Lil Wayne's 'Ice' re-enters at 100.

The top ten singles are as follows (click where possible for our reviews):

1. (1) Maroon 5: 'One More Night'
2. (2) Psy: 'Gangnam Style'
3. (3) fun.: 'Some Nights'
4. (5) Ke$ha: 'Die Young'
5. (8) Rihanna: 'Diamonds'
6. (6) Justin Bieber ft. Big Sean: 'As Long as You Love Me'
7. (15) Bruno Mars: 'Locked Out of Heaven'
8. (7) Alex Clare: 'Too Close'
9. (9) Ne-Yo: 'Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)'
10. (11) Chris Brown: 'Don't Wake Me Up'

Listen to Ke$ha's 'Die Young' below:

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