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TAG, THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Empire scores the top mover on the Shazam USA chart this week, while three of the superstar arrivals at Pop radio (from Camila, Katy and Liam) are also among the Top 5 jumpers. But what about Mark Morrison's silky smash from 1996? A song that once prompted orgies now prompts an orgy of phone-pointing, as the romantic anthem becomes the accompaniment for Burger King's "Return of the Mac 'n' Cheese." Hey, whatever gets people to check out the song, right? Also, mmmmm, mac 'n' cheese.

On the U.K. side, Rita Ora, Little Mix lead the big gainers, while Ariana Grande's "One Last Time," which has become something of an anthem of resilience in Blighty since the horror of Manchester, also makes a strong showing.

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