Lady Gaga’s Shallow exits U.S. charts with a new record

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born hit Shallow has exited America’s pop countdown as the longest-charting Best Original Song Oscar winner.
The track, which was co-written by Mark Ronson, spent 45 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, including one at number one.
The previous record holder was Idina Menzel’s Let It Go, from Frozen, which spent 33 weeks on the chart in 2014, while tying for 26 weeks on the countdown are Can You Feel the Love Tonight by Elton John, I Just Called to Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder, and Henry Mancini and His Orchestra’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s tune Moon River.