Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s Senorita climbs to Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart: “We are so thankful and excited”

Plus there are new Top 40 entries for Mist, D-Block Europe, Freya Ridings and Lizzo on this week's chart.

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s Senorita claims the Number 1 spot on this week’s Official Singles Chart, ending Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber’s eight-week spell at the top with I Don’t Care.

Senorita lifts from 2 to 1 after being streamed 8.2 million times in the UK this week, and earns Shawn and Camila a second UK chart-topper each: Shawn scored his first Number 1 in 2016 with Stitches, while Camila’s Havana had a five-week run at the top in 2017.

Celebrating the news, Shawn told us: "Thank you so much to our UK fans for the overwhelming support on the song. We are so thankful and excited to get a UK Number 1!"

Camila added: "I’m so excited that you guys made this song Number 1 in the UK!!!! And sharing this with Shawn is so fun and so special. Thank you thank you thank you, and I can’t wait to be there soooooooon!"

With Ed Sheeran’s new album No.6 Collaborations Project out today (July 12), a further two of the collection’s tracks hold inside this week’s Top 10: Beautiful People ft. Khalid is at 3, and Cross Me ft. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock places at 8.

This week’s highest new entry goes to Post Malone, who debuts at Number 5 with Goodbyes ft. Young Thug, marking the US singer and rapper’s seventh UK Top 10 single.

There’s also good news for Mist – the Birmingham rapper’s latest track So High ft. Fredo is his strongest chart debut yet, opening at Number 11. Meanwhile, south London collective D-Block Europe land at Number 20 with their new single Home P*ssy.

Further down, three songs climb into the Top 40 for the first time: Freya Ridings lands her second UK Top 40 single as Castles zooms 18 places to 34, Dave & AJ Tracey’s Thaigo Silva vaults 21 spots to 36 following the rapper’s viral Glastonbury performance, and Lizzo’s Truth Hurts lifts five to 37 to become her second UK Top 40 entry.

View this week's Official Singles Chart Top 100 in full