New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Ariana Grande's thank u, next holds on to the UK Singles Chart No 1 single for a second week with another bumper week of sales and streams.
The song achieved the biggest weekly UK streaming figures of any track so far this year, with 9.76 million plays. It's the highest since Luis Fonsi's Despacito racked up 10.6 million UK streams in a week in May 2017.
thank u, next posts a combined downloads and streaming equivalent sales figure of 95,000 - more than double its closest rival, Shallow by Lady Gaga
and Bradley Cooper
Elsewhere in this week's Top 10 Halsey
climbs to new heights with Without Me, up three places to 6, Post Malone's Sunflower ft. Swae Lee lifts two spots to 8, and Freya Ridings
rebounds three places back to No 9 for a third time with Lost Without You.
In the Top 20, Zara Larsson
climbs eight spots to No 14; Khalid
also scales eight places with Better at 16; Charli XCX
zooms 24 places into the Top 40 with 1999 ft. Troye Sivan
(17), earning Charli her tenth UK Top 40 single, and Cheryl has this week's highest new entry at No 19 with long-awaited return, Love Made Me Do It.
Arthur climbs five places with Empty Space (22), and posthumous single Bad from XXXTentacion
enters at No 23. London rapper Fredo
debuts not far behind at `No 25 with BMT.
Jason Derulo's opera-influenced collab Goodbye ft. David
Guetta , Nicki Minaj
& Willy William
moves up five slots to 26, Billie Eilish
hits a new peak at 29 with When The Party's Over, just ahead of Ellie Goulding, Diplo and Swae Lee's Close To Me at which has climbed four spots following the release of the song's music video.
Finally, rising star Ava Max
enters the Top 40 with Sweet But Psycho at 32 followed closely by the return of Baby Shark at No 33.