MTV Midweek Chart Update
Jason Derulo looks set to score his second UK No.1 with 'Don't Wanna Go Home'...
The single is the first track from JD's upcoming second studio album, Future History, and would be the singer's second UK no.1 following the success of In My Head in 2009.
Elsewhere in the chart, Example's chart topping Changed The Way You Kiss Me looks set to hold onto second place, Pitbull's Give Me Everything climbs a place to No. 3, and Calvin Harris is down two places to No.4.
The highest new entry in the chart is likely to come courtesy of Dutch DJ and producer Vato Gonzalez, with his single Badman Riddim (Jump) currently sitting at No.6.
1. Jason Derulo − Don't Wanna Go Home
2. Example − Changed The Way You Kiss Me
3. Pitbull Ft. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer − Give Me Everything
4. Calvin Harris Ft Kelis − Bounce
5. Ed Sheeran − The A Team
6. Vato Gonzalez Ft. Foreign Beggars − Badman Riddim (Jump)
7. Alexandra Stan − Mr Saxobeat
8. Lady Gaga − The Edge Of Glory
9. Nicole Scherzinger − Right There
10. Tinchy Stryder & Dappy − Spaceship
In the Official UK Album Chart, Lady Gaga is fighting a battle for the top spot with unlikely sparring partner Bon Iver, with the Wisconsin born indy folk singer-songwriter currently trailing Gaga's chart topping Born This Way by just a few copies.
Elsewhere in the album chart there's new entries for The Feeling at No.9 with Togther We Were Made, Pitbull at No.15 with Planet Pit, and the ever popular Barry Manilow at No.16 with 15 Minutes.