Major Lazer, MØ and Justin Bieber are Number 1 for a third consecutive week with Cold Water, fending off... Justin Bieber.
Justin's new collaboration with DJ Snake Let Me Love You is a new entry at Number 2, boasting strong combined chart sales of 70,000. Despite LMLY being the most purchased single of the week with 40,000 sold, JB's featured slot on Major Lazer's track is still Number 1 with 93,000 combined chart sales, and was the most streamed song over the past seven days.
The rest of this week's Top 5 are made up of music that all slips one place since last week. Calum Scott's Dancing On My Own falls from 2 to 3, Jonas Blue and JP Cooper's Perfect Strangers drops from 3 to 4, and The Chainsmokers' Don't Let Me Down featuring Daya slips one spot to 5.
New entries and high climbers
Rocketing 11 places to this week's Number 9 is twenty one pilots' Suicide Squad soundtrack single Heathens, the first UK Top 10 single for the Ohio duo. The Chainsmokers are back with another Top 20 entry this week, their Halsey collaboration Closer has risen 21 ranks to Number 12, Halsey's first Top 20 single in the UK.
MØ's Final Song hops up one place on the chart to Number 14 and Christine and the Queens' Tilted also jolts one position, hitting the Top 20 for the first time at 20. Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez's We Don't Talk Anymore is up three to 23, closely followed by Fifth Harmony's All In My Head (Flex), which enjoys a jump of 11 to Number 25.
Suicide Squad soundtrack cut Sucker For Pain marks a 19th Top 40 hit for Lil Wayne, an 8th for Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons' 7th. The track which also features X Ambassadors, Logic and Ty Dolla $ign is this week's joint highest climber, rising 37 places to 28.
Finally, another song that experienced a 37 spot boost on the Official Singles Chart is Tieks and Dan Harkna's Sunshine. Featured on a Fiat 500 advert, the song vaults from 68 to 31.
Remind yourself of every Official Number 1 single of 2016 so far below: