Katy Perry scores her fourth Australian Number 1 single with Rise

Plus there are new entries from 5SOS and Britney Spears.

Katy Perry has risen straight to the top of this week's singles chart in Australia. 

The star's latest track Rise enters at Number 1 on the ARIA chart, earning her a fourth chart-topper in the country after I Kissed A Girl (2008), California Gurls (2010) and Roar (2013). 

Katy's latest offering has been released as the anthem for NBC Sports's coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics. She co-wrote the song with Savan Kotecha (Ariana Grande, One Direction) and hit producer Max Martin.

Rise knocks The Veronicas' In My Blood off the top spot to second place, while Calvin Harris and Rihanna's This Is What You Came For is a non-mover at 3.

Elsewhere, Rapper Illy zooms from 37 to Number 8 with Papercuts, British singer Annie-Marie leaps 30 to 12 with Alarm, and Dua Lipa's Hotter Than Hell hits at new peak at 17, climbing eight places. 

Finally, there are two new entries on the tally; 5 Seconds Of Summer's Ghostbusters movie single Girls Talk Boys at 21, and Britney Spears' Make Me at 39. 

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Over on the ARIA album chart, Good Charlotte earn their second Number 1 with their sixth record Youth Authority, pushing The Avalanches' Wildflower down to 2.

Aussie musician (and former politician) Peter Garrett is new at 3 with A Version Of Now, and the Ghostbusters movie soundtrack debuts further down at 21. 

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Michael Ball and Alfie Boe claim the Number 1 album