Ed Sheeran fends off The Kid Laroi and Drake for 11th week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Bad Habits

Plus ABBA make two Top 20 debuts with Don't Shut Me Down and I Still Have Faith In You.

Ed Sheeran faced stiff competition for Number 1 this week - from recent rivals The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber and new adversary Drake - but reigns supreme from an 11th straight week with Bad Habits.

The British singer-songwriter’s monster hit was Ireland’s most-streamed song of the past seven days, cementing its status as one of the country’s longest-reigning Number 1s of all time.

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The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber narrowly miss out on claiming the top spot with Stay, Number 2 for the eighth week in a row. Taken from his Number 1 album Certified Lover Boy, Drake claims three new Top 10 hits this week: Girls Want Girls ft. Lil Baby (3), Travis Scott collab Fair Trade (4) and solo cut Champagne Poetry (6).

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ABBA’s first new songs in four decades Don’t Shut Me Down and I Still Have Faith In You make Top 20 debuts, entering at 12 and 18 respectively, with the former being the most downloaded song of the week.

British alt-pop singer Charli XCX picks up her first Irish Chart hit as a lead artist in three years with Good Ones at Number 32. Finally, Little Mix make their 34th Official Irish Singles Chart appearance with Love (Sweet Love) at Number 40.

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