Ed Sheeran's grip on the Official Singles Chart isn't loosening easily - the Suffolk-born singer has now spent four weeks holding the Top 2 positions.
Shape of You notched up sales of 47,000 and 8.8 million streams to keep the top spot this week. In just four weeks, the song has sold a total of 306,000 copies and has been streamed 42.9 million times.
Ed's streak of domination now matches the all-time record held by Justin Bieber, whose tracks Love Yourself and Sorry also held Number 1 and 2 in the chart for four weeks on the bounce in November and December 2015.
Shape of You is also Ed's longest reigning Number 1 single in the UK, and has now spent two weeks longer at the top than his previous best effort Thinking Out Loud. View Ed Sheeran's full UK chart history here.
Elsewhere in this week's Top 5, Jax Jones and Raye's You Don't Know Me holds firm at Number 3, Little Mix hold ground at 4 with Touch, and The Chainsmokers earn their third Top 5 record with Paris, a climber of two places.
New entries and high climbers
Sean Paul's No Lie featuring Dua Lipa infiltrates the Top 10 for the first time this week, rising once slot to Number 10. Dua is back again at Number 11 with Be The One, her highest chart position as a lead artist secured in the process.
A new peak for Zayn and Taylor Swift's I Don't Wanna Live Forever occurs this week, the song rising five placings to Number 13. Major Lazer lock in their 4th Top 20 hit with Run Up at Number 20, which features uncredited vocals from Nicki Minaj and PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Dua Lipa returns for her third Top 40 of the week, featuring on Martin Garrix's Scared To Be Lonely, a new entry at Number 23. The current US Number 1 Bad and Boujee from Migos hops three places to Number 31, and finally, Rag'n'Bone Man's Skin debuts at Number 35.