Congratulations to Sam Smith who has gone straight in at Number 1 with Too Good at Goodbyes.
Released last Friday, the lead single from Sam's as-yet-untitled second album rockets to the top with 4.4 million streams and 33,000 downloads sold. The song is the Londoner's sixth UK Number 1 following La La La (with Naughty Boy), Money On My Mind, Stay With Me, Lay Me Down (with John Legend) and Writing's On The Wall. View Sam's full UK chart history here.
With six Number 1s now under his belt, Sam joins the likes of Sir Rod Stewart, Queen, Britney Spears and Justin Bieber, who each have six chart toppers. When it comes to British males, only six men have had more songs hit the top spot, they are Cliff Richard, Calvin Harris, George Michael, Elton John, Tinie Tempah and Robbie Williams.
Continuing with the theme of sixes, Too Good at Goodbyes is the sixth song to debut straight in at Number 1 in 2017, following Ed Sheeran's Shape Of You, Harry Styles' Sign of The Times, DJ Khaled's I'm The One, Artists for Grenfell's Bridge Over Troubled Water and Taylor Swift's Look What You Made Me Do.
Meanwhile, Dua Lipa's New Rules holds firm at Number 2, Taylor Swift's Look What You Made Me Do ends its two-week residency at Number 1 (3), and P!nk drops a slot with What About Us at Number 4.
Rounding out this week’s Top 5 is Zayn with his new single Dusk Till Dawn (5). Featuring Sia, the song becomes Zayn's third UK Top 5 as a soloist, and Sia's fourth.
New entries and high climbers
Camila Cabello celebrates her first UK Top 10 single as a solo artist with Havana (10), while Chris Brown's latest offering Questions rises for the fourth straight week, up three to 13.
Logic's suicide prevention single 1-800-273-8255 breaks into the Top 40 for the first time; featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid, the song is Logic's first UK Top 40 entry, Alessia's third and Khalid's second at Number 16 this week. Further down, Avicii and Rita Ora claim the highest climber within the Top 40 as Lonely Together is boosted 14 levels to Number 21.
There's a re-entry and new chart peak for Kelly Clarkson's Piece by Piece at Number 27 following Rebecca Grace's performance of the song in her X Factor audition last Saturday, and one place behind is Stefflon Don's Hurtin' Me featuring French Montana. Propelling 22 positions to Number 28, the song is Stefflon's first UK Top 40 as a lead artist.
Finally, Jason Derulo's If I'm Lucky is up two placings to Number 30, and there's an upward move of four spots for Marshmello's Silence with Khalid at Number 34.
Remind yourself of every Official UK Number 1 single of 2017 so far below: