Thursday, 8 January 2015

Top of the Pops, 8th January 2015

We're back after the (genuinely made and broadcast) Christmas TOTP and with the chart in its annual gift-voucher period, several of the year's biggest hits are climbing once again. Hence medleys from year-defining acts George Ezra (celebrating the number 1 album) and Bandit/Glynne, as well as the quietly popular Guetta/Martin combo, alongside more current hits from Philip George and Blonde.

John Newman pops in without Calvin Harris for a solo rendition of Blame, accompanied by six people dressed exactly like him doing the same irresistible dance moves. And the number one is Mark Ronson, but sadly we can only show the video. Our producers are working frantically to get him in the studio should he hold on at the top next week.

Debuts: Philip George.

Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne - Real Love / Rather Be

Up 2 to number 14 / Up 22 to number 28

Hozier - Take Me To Church

Up 13 to number 10

John Newman - Blame

Up 3 to number 29

David Guetta feat. Sam Martin - Dangerous / Lovers On The Sun

Up 4 to number 22 / Back in at number 70

Blonde feat. Melissa Steel - I Loved You

Up 4 to number 31

Philip George - Wish You Were Mine

Highest New Entry - Straight in at number 2

George Ezra - Budapest / Blame It On Me

Up 4 to number 17 / Up 4 to number 20

Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk

Third week at number 1


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