Ed Sheeran's Bad Habits flies into seventh week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart

The Weeknd lands the week's highest new entry with Take My Breath.

Ed Sheeran’s Bad Habits flies into a seventh week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.

Leading across both streaming and digital download sales, Bad Habits is Ed’s longest-reigning Number 1 single since 2019 Justin Bieber collaboration I Don’t Care, which spent eight consecutive weeks at the top. See all of Ed Sheeran's chart feats on his Official Chart history here.

Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever climbs two to Number 4, her sixth Top 5 single in the UK, while Becky Hill & David Guetta climb two places to a new peak of Number 5 with Remember.

Further down, The Weeknd scores this week’s highest new entry with Take My Breath at Number 13, the singer’s 18th Top 20 hit in the UK. It lands ahead of Rain Radio & DJ Craig Gorman’s Talk About which climbs three to Number 14, and KSI & Lil Wayne debut at Number 18 with Lose.

Mabel zooms up eight places with Let Them Know (23) and rising rapper Sleepy Hallow climbs nine with 2055 (30).

MORE: All the Official Singles Chart Number 1s

After an eight-week climb, Wizkid’s Essence ft. Tems (35) rises eight to enter the Top 40 for the first time - the Nigerian star’s first as a headline artist. Olivia Rodrigo claims her seventh Top 40 hit with Jealousy Jealousy (36), and Camila Cabello rebounds two places with Don’t Go Yet (39).

Finally, Fredo debuts at Number 40 with Flowers and the Snow following the release of his third studio album Independence Day, marking his 15th Top 40 single.

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Alfred Lock


Count Ed Von Sheeran remains untouchable,David Guetta proving not all over 35 years old acts never chart anymore and Rap is thankfully held at bay from the top at present