Drake's reign over the Official Singles Chart is not letting up - he now has two singles in the Top 3.
The longest reigning Number 1 of the digital age One Dance has notched a twelfth week on top, the lengthiest consecutive run since Wet Wet Wet's Love Is All Around spent 15 weeks at the helm in 1994. Take a look at the tracks that have ruled Number 1 for the longest in UK history.
After leading in the midweeks for the third week running, Kungs vs Cookin' On 3 Burners settle for Number 2 with This Girl. Drake and Rihanna's Too Good storms two places to a new peak this week of Number 3. This week marks the seventh in a row that both Drake and Rihanna have had two singles inside the Top 10.
And Rihanna is back again, a non-mover at Number 4 with Calvin Harris on This Is What You Came For, and Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling is down two rungs to complete the Top 5.
New entries and high climbers
Adele's Send My Love (To Your New Lover) makes its Top 10 debut this week, up nine spots to Number 6. Fresh from Glastonbury, this is Adele's eighth Top 10 single. Tracks from Calum Scott and Dua Lipa also achieve new personal bests; Dancing On My Own is up four to 12 while Hotter Than Hell also rises, this time two positions to 15.
The Chainsmokers hit the Top 20 for the third time in their career as Don't Let Me Down shoots up eight places (16), and after their Glasto headline slot, Coldplay catapult from 30 to 19 with Hymn For The Weekend. Also rising this week are Ariana Grande's Into You (up four to 22) and Don't Mind from Kent Jones, which vaults 13 places to 26.
Shawn Mendes' Treat You Better hits a new peak of 29 on its fourth week on chart, just ahead of Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris' Hype, new at 34. Hype marks Dizzee's 24th Top 40 single and Calvin's 26th.
Finally, Jonas Blue's Perfect Strangers makes its Top 40 debut, rising six to 38 and Christine and the Queens' Tilted experiences a post-Glastonbury uplift, up 13 slots to 40.
See all the Number 1 singles of 2016 so far in our gallery below: