Happy days for American stars

US artists Pharrell Williams and Bruce Springsteen secured the week's biggest selling single and album respectively in the UK charts.

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Multi-talented instrumentalist and vocalist Williams remained in pole position with his feel-good hit Happy, while legendary rock star Springsteen overtook Ellie Goulding in the album charts with his latest long-player, High Hopes.

It was a second consecutive week at the top for Williams, capping a fine week in which the track was nominated for an Oscar having featured on the soundtrack of the animated movie Despicable Me 2.

The record has now passed 500,000 sales since it made its debut at number 71 at the end of November.

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