Daft Punk earn first ever UK Number One with 'Get Lucky'

Meanwhile, Michael Buble prevents Frank Turner from Number One UK Album

Daft Punk earn first ever UK Number One with 'Get Lucky'

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Daft Punk have earned their first ever Official UK Number One Single with 'Get Lucky'.

Last week, the French electro duo entered the UK Singles Chart at Number Three after just two days of the track, which features Chic's Nile Rodgers and Pharrell Williams, being on sale. Now, after racking up sales of 155,000 copies this week, they have finally bagged the top spot, reports the Official Charts Company.

Rudimental are down to Number Two with their track 'Waiting All Night', Will.i.am and Justin Bieber's '#ThatPower' is at Number Three and 'I Need Your Love' by Calvin and Ellie Goulding is Number Four. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' 'Can't Hold Us' completes this week's Top 5.

Elsewhere, Britain's Got Talent 2012 finalists Loveable Rogues have scored a debut Top 10 hit with their track 'What A Night', while X Factor's Amelia Lily is at Number 40 with 'Party Over'.

In the Official UK Album Chart, Michael Buble spends a second week at the top with 'To Be Loved'. He saw off competition from Frank Turner, who finishes the week at Number Two – a personal best – with his fourth album 'Tape Deck Heart'.

Black Eyed Peas mainman Will.i.am is at Number Three with his new album '#Willpower, P!NK's 'Truth About Love' is at Number Four and Emeli Sande remains in the Top 10 for a 63rd consecutive week with 'Our Version Of Events' at Number Five.

Meanwhile, French electro-rockers Phoenix are celebrating after scoring their first ever UK Top 20 with their new album 'Bankrupt' landing at Number 14. Rob Zombie's 'Venomous Rat Regeneration Chamber' is at Number 33, while Snoop Lion's 'Reincarnation' is at Number 34. Daft Punk's 'Discovery' has re-entered the Top 40 at Number 23.

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