Oscar-nominated hit Happy is at No.1 on the ARIA singles chart for an eighth week.
Pharrell Williams’ hit Happy, which is a nominated for an Oscar, remains at No.1 on the ARIA singles chart for an eighth week.
The track, which features in the animated film Despicable Me 2, has been nominated for the Best Original Song Oscar, and Williams is set to perform the hit during Hollywood’s big awards night on Sunday (Monday AEDT).
Climbing up a spot to No.2 is Rather Be by British electronic group Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne, who made their top 10 debut last week.
She Looks So Perfect, by Sydney pop-punk quartet 5 Seconds of Summer is a new entry at No.3. The band, which has been building a name for itself as the support act on One Direction’s world tour, is currently touring Britain before hitting the US.
Say Something by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera drops two spots to No.4, while Kim Cesarion’s Undressed is up four places to No.5.
Sara Bareilles’ Brave continues its good run in the top 10, rising two spots to sixth place.
Melbournian Joel Fletcher and Cash Cash weren’t as successful, falling three places to No.7 and one place to No.8 respectively.
John Legend continued his slide down the charts, with All of Me dropping three spots to ninth place, and American Authors’ Best Day of My Life is up three places to No.10.
On the albums chart, INXS’ The Very Best remains No.1 for the third consecutive week, followed by Robbie Williams’ Swings Both Ways close behind in second place.
The British singer’s latest album jumped up an impressive 16 places to No.2, pushing INXS’ 1987 album Kick into third place.
The album’s rise follows Williams’ appearance in Australia in late February. The star was promoting his The Swing Tour Live, which begins in Perth on September 11 before heading to Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.
The Frozen soundtrack moves up a spot to No.4 while Beck’s new album Morning Phase makes its debut in the top 10, taking fifth place. Morning Phase is the American singer and multi-instrumentalist’s first album in six years.
Bruce Springsteen’s High Hopes is down two places to No.6, while Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP2 rises two places to No.7.
Australians The John Butler Trio drops five places to No.8, while Prism by Katy Perry lifts six spots to ninth place.
Rounding out the top 10, after falling three places, is Dolly Parton’s Blue Smoke.