Little Mix now appear to have America under their spell as their latest single Black Magic is this week's highest climber on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The track, which spent three weeks at Number 1 in the UK last month, vaults 31 places to Number 68 on this week's US tally.
The jump gives the group their highest-charting single in the States, after their debut track Wings peaked at Number 79.
As well as being their third chart-topper in the UK, Black Magic has found success across the globe, reaching the Top 10 in Australia, Beglium, Ireland and Israel.
Little Mix already have two Top 10 albums in America; 2013's Salute reached Number 6 and their debut DNA landed at Number 4 - the highest charting debut for a British girlband's album in the country ever!
Elsewhere on this week's Billboard Hot 100, OMI's Cheerleader logs a sixth non-consecutive week at Number 1, passing the two million sales mark and joining Magic!'s Rude as the longest-running reggae Number 1 in 22 years - since Snow's Informer in 1993.
Meanwhile, Selena Gomez's Good For You reaches a new peak at Number 6, R. City and Adam Levine's Locked Away leaps from 25 to 16, and Charlie Puth's Marvin Gaye shifts up five spots to 25.
Other new entries further down this week's Hot 100 are N.W.A's Straight Outta Compton (38), iHeartMemphis' Hit The Quan (41) and Nelly's The Fix (86).