This week saw two Canadian stars battling it out for the Number 1 spot, but there can be only one winner, and the top of the Official Singles Chart belongs once again to the unstoppable Justin Bieber.
Justin’s Love Yourself notches up a sixth, non-consecutive week at the summit, leaving his countryman Shawn Mendes' Stitches in second place and over 13,000 chart sales behind.
Love Yourself is also this week's most streamed track, racking up over 3.94 million listens. Last week, Justin scored a new chart record when he occupied the Top 3 places of the Official Singles Chart – the first ever artist to do so.
Justin Bieber's former chart-toppers Sorry and What Do You Mean each slip a place to 3 and 4 respectively, while Sigala climb three places to Number 5 with Sweet Lovin' feat. Bryn Christopher.
New entries and high climbers
Away from the battle for Number 1, the big story on the Official Singles Chart is the reappearance of classic David Bowie tracks following the star's death earlier this week.
Five of Bowie's most iconic singles have returned to the Top 40, with Heroes making the biggest showing at Number 12. This is a new chart peak for the 1977 track, which reached Number 24 on its original release.
Other Bowie songs returning to the Top 40 are 1973's Life On Mars (16), 1972's Starman (18), 1983 Number 1 Let's Dance (23), his 1969 debut hit Space Oddity (24). An additional eight Bowie tracks further down the chart mean that 13 of the Top 100 songs belong to the Thin White Duke. Here's the full list of his singles chart entries this week:
|16||LIFE ON MARS||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
|23||LET'S DANCE||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
|24||SPACE ODDITY||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
|43||UNDER PRESSURE||QUEEN & DAVID BOWIE||VIRGIN|
|62||ASHES TO ASHES||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
|65||REBEL REBEL||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
|76||ZIGGY STARDUST||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
|97||CHINA GIRL||DAVID BOWIE||PARLOPHONE|
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Elsewhere, it's good news for Snakehips, whose All My Friends feat. Tinashe and Chance the Rapper rockets 16 places to Number 11.
There's another big climb for Craig David and Big Narstie with When The Bassline Drops. The track zooms 21 spots to Number 15, giving Craig his first Top 20 hit in over 8 years, since Hot Stuff (Let's Dance) in 2007.
It's a 13th Top 40 for Little Mix and a 14th for Jason Derulo – their collaboration Secret Love Song jumps 22 places to break into the Top 40 for the very first time.
Kygo lands his fourth Top 40, with Stay feat Maty Noyes leaping ten places to Number 40 this week.