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Pharrell Williams Leads Billboard Hot 100 Again
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 03.12.2014



Pharrell Williams is happily perched atop the Billboard singles chart again. Billboard reports that the singer's "Happy" spent a third week on top of the Billboard Hot 100, thanks in part to his performance at the Oscars. The song kept Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" featuring Juicy J from regaining the top spot for a third straight week; that song hangs out at #2 once again.

Coming in at #3, up a spot from last week, is John Legend's "All of Me." Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" featuring 2 Chainz was down a rung to #4 while Bastille's "Pompeii" held steady at #5.

In the bottom half of the top ten, Lorde held even at #6 with "Team" while Beyonce's "Drunk in Love" featuring Jay Z was steady at #7. One Republic's "Counting Stars" hung in there at #8 while Idina Menzel jumped eight spots to #9 with "Let it Go" from the Frozen soundtrack. It's Menzel's first top ten song after a series of lower-charting hits from the likes of the Rent and Wicked soundtracks, as well as Glee. Pitbull's "Timber" featuring Ke$ha held onto #10.

The full top 10 is below:

1. Pharell Williams - "Happy"
2. Katy Perry (ft. Juicy J) - "Dark Horse"
3. John Legend - "All of Me"
4. Jason DeRulo (ft. 2 Chainz) - "Talk Dirty"
5. Bastille - "Pompeii"
6. Lorde - "Team"
7. Beyonce (ft. Jay Z) - "Drunk in Love"
8. OneRepublic - "Counting Stars"
9. Idina Menzel - "Let It Go"
10. Pitbull (ft. Ke$ha) - "Timber"





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