Drake's One Dance holds on to Number 1 on this week's Official Singles Chart, logging a sixth week at the top.
The rapper/singer sees off strong competition from Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling, which after leading the way at the mid-week stage, has to settle for Number 2.
It was a close race between the two: One Dance finishes the week on 105,000 chart sales (including 7.5 million streams), while Can't Stop The Feeling notched up 99,000.
Drake's sixth week at the top also gives him the longest-leading Official Chart Number 1 of 2016 so far - and the longest since Mark Ronson's seven weeks at the summit with Uptown Funk in 2014/2015.
Calvin Harris and Rihanna's This Is What You Came For dips a place to three this week, while Sia's Cheap Thrills holds at 4, as does Mike Posner's I Took A Pill In Ibiza at 5.
New entries and high climbers
Two songs make sizeable leaps to enter thes Top 10 for the first time this week; Desiigner's Panda, up five spots to Number 7, and Drake and Rihanna's Too Good zooms 15 places to Number 8.
This week's highest new entry goes to The Stone Roses. Their first brand new release in 21 years All For One debuts at Number 17, earning the band a 13th Top 40 hit (view The Stone Roses full Official Chart history here).
Further down this week's Official Singles Chart Top 40, X Factor alumni Reggie 'N' Bollie land at Number 26 with New Girl. The track is the duo's first since finishing second place on last year's series to Louisa Johnson.
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Elsewhere, Gareth Malone's Invictus Games Choir are new at 29 with Flesh And Blood - the theme to this year's games - and US singer/rapper/producer Gnash makes his UK Top 40 debut with I Hate You, I Love You, up 12 places to 33.