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Bruno Mars' Lazy Song tops singles chart

Bruno Mars
Image caption Bruno Mars also featured on rapper B.o.B's UK number one Nothin' on You

Bruno Mars track The Lazy Song has climbed a place in the UK singles chart to make it a hat-trick of number ones from debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans.

He knocked LMFAO's pop-dance tune Party Rock Anthem off the top after four weeks while there was a new entry for Lady Gaga's The Edge of Glory, at six.

Adele's 21 topped the album chart for a 15th week while actor Hugh Laurie's debut Let Them Talk went in at two.

His blues album features pianist Dr John and singer Tom Jones.

Adele's debut album, 19, stayed at number three while there were new entries for the cast of TV show Glee's latest collection at number seven, and Sade's The Ultimate Collection, at eight.

In the singles chart, US rapper Pitbull's Give Me Everything, featuring artists including Ne-Yo, climbed eight places to number four.

Pitbull is also featured in On The Floor, Jennifer Lopez's reworking of Kaoma's 1989 hit Lambada.

Lady Gaga, meanwhile, was also at 11 in this week's chart with Judas - up 11 places - as well as with this week's number 24, Born This Way.

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