Taylor Swift claims two weeks at the top with Look What You Made Me Do

Plus, new entries and climbers from Camila Cabello, Maroon 5 and Jason Derulo. Oh, and Taylor.

Taylor Swift's settling scores and scoring chart feats, as she celebrates two weeks at Number 1 with the vengeful Look What You Made Me Do, her very first UK chart-topper.

Not content with holding onto the kingdom keys of the Official Singles Chart, Taylor also scores this week's highest new entry, with …Ready For It? going straight in at 7. Set to be the opening track on Taylor's forthcoming album Reputation, …Ready For It? makes its Top 10 debut after only 5 days on sale, premiering Sunday after appearing in a US TV commercial. View her full Official UK Chart history here.

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

Chart highlights

J Balvin and Willy William's Mi Gente hits a new peak this week, rising four places to 5, and Demi Lovato's Sorry Not Sorry also hits a new personal best, going Top 10 for the first time, after moving up three slots to 9.

Camila Cabello and Young Thug score the highest climber inside the Top 40 for a second week running, as Havana zooms 13 places to 11, and Katy Perry's Swish Swish hits a new peak, advancing seven slots to 22.

Maroon 5 celebrate a 20th Top 40 hit with What Lovers Do, feat SZA, going in at 23, and Charli XCX sees Boys find a new peak, climbing five to 31.

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Jason Derulo lands his 17th Top 40 hit with If I'm Lucky, going in at 32, and Marshmello's Silence feat Khalid is making a noise, making a chart entry at 38.

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

Remind yourself of every Official UK Number 1 single of 2017 so far below:

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