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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at eleven weeks, held on July 23, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi Music/LuisFonsi and Daddy Yankee Music/DaddyYankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at eleven weeks, held on July 23, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.



# "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Music/JustinBieber

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# "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi Music/LuisFonsi and Daddy Yankee Music/DaddyYankee ft. Music/JustinBieber


[[folder:The current chart (August 7, 2017)]]

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[[folder:The current chart (August 7, 2017)]]13, 2017)]]
# "What About Us" by Music/{{Pink}}
# "New Rules" by Dua Lipa



# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry
# "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Music/JustinBieber
# "Sun Comes Up" by Rudimental ft. James Arthur



# "New Rules" by Dua Lipa

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# "New Rules" "Back To You" by Dua Lipa[[Music/OneDirection Louis Tomlinson]] ft. Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals
# "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Music/JustinBieber
# "More Than Friends" by James Hype ft. Kelli-Leigh
# "Sun Comes Up" by Rudimental ft. James Arthur
# "Instruction" by Jax Jones ft. Music/DemiLovato and Stefflon Don
# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra
# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry



# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]] (This isn't a glitch. This is the version from [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Now_That%27s_What_I_Call_Music!_97_(UK_series) the NOW 97 album]], making it the first song to enter the chart twice.)

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# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" "Mama" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee Jonas Blue ft. Justin Bieber]] (This isn't a glitch. This is the version from [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Now_That%27s_What_I_Call_Music!_97_(UK_series) the NOW 97 album]], making it the first song to enter the chart twice.)William Singe



# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra



# "Mama" by Jonas Blue ft. William Singe

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# "Mama" "Attention" by Jonas Blue ft. William SingeCharlie Puth



# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus
# "Attention" by Charlie Puth
# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo



# "Back To You" by [[Music/OneDirection Louis Tomlinson]] ft. Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals



# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Castle on the Hill" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo



# "I'm the One" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/JustinBieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Music/LilWayne
# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato



# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus
# "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Anne-Marie and Sean Paul[[note]]Yes, you just saw a 2016 song that spent seven weeks at no. 1 re-enter the chart.[[/note]]
# "No More Sad Songs" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun Kelly
# "Real Life" by Duke Dumont and Gorgon City ft. Nations
# "Something Just Like This" by Music/TheChainsmokers ft. Music/{{Coldplay}}
# "Boys" by Music/CharliXCX



# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Something Just Like This" by Music/TheChainsmokers ft. Music/{{Coldplay}}
# "Chasing Highs" by Alma
# "Either Way" by Snakehips and Anne-Marie ft. Joey Bada$$
# "Instruction" by Jax Jones ft. Music/DemiLovato and Stefflon Don



# "Everything Now" by Arcade Fire
# "Real Life" by Duke Dumont and Gorgon City ft. Nations
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Castle on the Hill" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Praying" by Music/{{Kesha}}

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# "Everything Now" "Mi Gente" by Arcade Fire
# "Real Life" by Duke Dumont and Gorgon City
J Balvin ft. Nations
Willy William
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Castle
"Versace on the Hill" Floor" by Music/EdSheeran
Music/BrunoMars vs. Music/DavidGuetta
# "Praying" "I'm the One" by Music/{{Kesha}}DJ Khaled ft. Music/JustinBieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Music/LilWayne


[[folder:The current chart (July 30, 2017)]]

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[[folder:The current chart (July 30, (August 7, 2017)]]



# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry



# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry
# "Wild Thoughts" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/{{Rihanna}} and Bryson Tiller



# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee
# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]] (This isn't a glitch. This is the version from the NOW 97 album, making it the first time the same song has entered the chart twice.)
# "Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes x Cade Remix)" by Maggie Lindemann
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy

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# "Unforgettable" "Rain" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee
# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]] (This isn't a glitch. This is the version from the NOW 97 album, making it the first time the same song has entered the chart twice.)
# "Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes x Cade Remix)" by Maggie Lindemann
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
Music/TheScript



# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra
# "In the End" by Music/LinkinPark
# "Numb" by Music/LinkinPark
# "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" by Music/ShawnMendes
# "One Last Time" by Music/ArianaGrande[[note]]This song was actually released in 2014. It was re-released in May 2017 as a charity single to commemorate [[TearJerker/ArianaGrande the Manchester concert bombing that killed 22 people]].[[/note]]



# "Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes x Cade Remix)" by Maggie Lindemann
# "Wild Thoughts" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/{{Rihanna}} and Bryson Tiller
# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]] (This isn't a glitch. This is the version from [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Now_That%27s_What_I_Call_Music!_97_(UK_series) the NOW 97 album]], making it the first song to enter the chart twice.)
# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra
# "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" by Music/ShawnMendes
# "Slow Hands" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]



# "Slow Hands" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]

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# "Slow Hands" "One Last Time" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]Music/ArianaGrande[[note]]This song was actually released in 2014. It was re-released in May 2017 as a charity single to commemorate [[TearJerker/ArianaGrande the Manchester concert bombing that killed 22 people]].[[/note]]



# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson



# "Rain" by Music/TheScript
# "2U" by Music/DavidGuetta ft. Music/JustinBieber
# "Crying In the Club" by [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]
# "I'm the One" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/JustinBieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Music/LilWayne

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# "Rain" "Symphony" by Music/TheScript
# "2U" by Music/DavidGuetta
Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/JustinBieber
# "Crying In the Club" by [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]
# "I'm the One" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/JustinBieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Music/LilWayne
Music/ZaraLarsson



# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran



# "Crying In the Club" by [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]
# "I'm the One" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/JustinBieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Music/LilWayne
# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato
# "2U" by Music/DavidGuetta ft. Music/JustinBieber



# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran



# "Unpredictable" by Olly Murs ft. Louisa Johnson
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign
# "Numb / Encore" by JayZ and Music/LinkinPark
# "What I've Done" by Music/LinkinPark[[note]]Yes, you just saw '''''four''''' Music/LinkinPark songs (released in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2007 respectively), which re-entered the chart in memory of Chester Bennington’s suicide on July 20, 2017.[[/note]]



# "Either Way" by Snakehips and Anne-Marie ft. Joey Bada$$
# "Instruction" by Jax Jones ft. Music/DemiLovato and Stefflon Don



# "Everything Now" by Arcade Fire
# "Real Life" by Duke Dumont and Gorgon City ft. Nations
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign



# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato


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# "Praying" by Music/{{Kesha}}


The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eleven weeks''', held on July 23, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eleven weeks''', eleven weeks, held on July 23, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.



[[folder:The current chart (July 23, 2017)]]

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[[folder:The current chart (July 23, 2017)]]30, 2017)]]
# "Feels" by Music/CalvinHarris ft. Pharrell Williams, Music/KatyPerry and Music/BigSean



# "Feels" by Music/CalvinHarris ft. Pharrell Williams, Music/KatyPerry and Music/BigSean

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# "Feels" "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/CalvinHarris Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Pharrell Williams, Music/KatyPerry Sean Paul and Music/BigSeanMatt Terry



# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra
# "In the End" by Music/LinkinPark
# "Numb" by Music/LinkinPark[[note]]The two former songs (released in 2001 and 2003 respectively) re-entered the chart in memory of Chester Bennington’s suicide on July 20, 2017. This is the first time that songs from [[TheNoughties the early noughties]] have entered the chart.[[/note]]
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy



# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry
# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]]. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Yes, really]]. The version from ''Now 97'' has also entered the chart.
# "Mama" by Jonas Blue ft. William Singe
# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo
# "Came Here For Love" by Sigala ft. Ella Eyre
# “Rain” by Music/TheScript

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# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" "Unforgettable" by Music/EnriqueIglesias French Montana ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry
Swae Lee
# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]]. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Yes, really]]. The Bieber]] (This isn't a glitch. This is the version from ''Now 97'' the NOW 97 album, making it the first time the same song has also entered the chart.
# "Mama" by Jonas Blue ft. William Singe
# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo
# "Came Here For Love" by Sigala ft. Ella Eyre
# “Rain” by Music/TheScript
chart twice.)



# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus
# "Slow Hands" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]

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# "Malibu" "Power" by Music/MileyCyrus
Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
# "Slow Hands" "New Rules" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]Dua Lipa
# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra
# "In the End" by Music/LinkinPark
# "Numb" by Music/LinkinPark
# "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" by Music/ShawnMendes



# "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" by Music/ShawnMendes

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# "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" "Came Here For Love" by Music/ShawnMendesSigala ft. Ella Eyre
# "Mama" by Jonas Blue ft. William Singe
# "Slow Hands" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]
# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus
# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson



# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo
# "Rain" by Music/TheScript



# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson
# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee



# "Back To You" by [[Music/OneDirection Louis Tomlinson]] ft. Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals



# "Miracles (Someone Special)" by Music/{{Coldplay}} and Music/BigSean
# "Know No Better" by Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]] and Quavo



# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran



# "Know No Better" by Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]] and Quavo

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# "Know No Better" "Numb / Encore" by Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]] JayZ and QuavoMusic/LinkinPark
# "What I've Done" by Music/LinkinPark[[note]]Yes, you just saw '''''four''''' Music/LinkinPark songs (released in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2007 respectively), which re-entered the chart in memory of Chester Bennington’s suicide on July 20, 2017.[[/note]]
# "Chasing Highs" by Alma
# "Get Low" by Zedd and [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]]
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran



# "Bad Liar" by Music/SelenaGomez
# "Skin" by Rag'n'Bone Man
# "Praying" by {{Kesha}}
# "Instruction" by Jax Jones ft. Music/DemiLovato and Stefflon Don
# "Miracles (Someone Special)" by Music/{{Coldplay}} and Music/BigSean
# "Get Low" by Zedd and [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]]
# "Bestie" by Yungen


The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eleven weeks''', held on July 16, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eleven weeks''', held on July 16, 23, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.



[[folder:The current chart (July 16, 2017)]]

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[[folder:The current chart (July 16, 23, 2017)]]


The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''ten weeks''', held on July 16, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''ten '''eleven weeks''', held on July 16, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.



# "Feels" by Music/CalvinHarris ft. Pharrell Williams, Music/KatyPerry and Music/BigSean



# "Feels" by Music/CalvinHarris ft. Pharrell Williams, Music/KatyPerry and Music/BigSean



# "In the End" by Music/LinkinPark
# "Numb" by Music/LinkinPark[[note]]The two former songs (released in 2001 and 2003 respectively) re-entered the chart in memory of Chester Bennington’s suicide on July 20, 2017. This is the first time that songs from [[TheNoughties the early noughties]] have entered the chart.[[/note]]
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
# "Sun Comes Up" by Rudimental ft. James Arthur
# "Súbeme La Radio (Remix)" by Music/EnriqueIglesias ft. Sean Paul and Matt Terry
# [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber]]. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Yes, really]]. The version from ''Now 97'' has also entered the chart.



# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo



# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. Quavo

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# "Strip That Down" “Rain” by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]] ft. QuavoMusic/TheScript



# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy



# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee

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# "Unforgettable" "Slow Hands" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee[[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]



# "Sun Comes Up" by Rudimental ft. James Arthur
# "Unpredictable" by Olly Murs ft. Louisa Johnson
# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson



# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson
# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee
# "Crying In the Club" by [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]



# "Crying In the Club" by [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]
# "Slow Hands" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]
# "Get Low" by Zedd and [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]]



# "Skin" by Rag'n'Bone Man
# "On My Mind" by Disciples
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Bad Liar" by Music/SelenaGomez



# "Unpredictable" by Olly Murs ft. Louisa Johnson
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign
# "Know No Better" by Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]] and Quavo
# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato



# “Praying" by {{Kesha}}
# "Chasing Highs" by Alma
# "No Promises" by Cheat Codes ft. Music/DemiLovato
# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato
# "Perfect" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Signs" by Music/{{Drake}}
# "Know No Better" by Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]] and Quavo
# "Out of Love" by INDIIA ft. Whitney Phillips
# “Mr. Brightside” by Music/TheKillers
# "No More Sad Songs" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun Kelly

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# “Praying" "Bad Liar" by Music/SelenaGomez
# "Skin" by Rag'n'Bone Man
# "Praying"
by {{Kesha}}
# "Chasing Highs" "Instruction" by Alma
# "No Promises" by Cheat Codes
Jax Jones ft. Music/DemiLovato
# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato
# "Perfect" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Signs" by Music/{{Drake}}
# "Know No Better" by Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]
Music/DemiLovato and Quavo
Stefflon Don
# "Out of Love" "Miracles (Someone Special)" by INDIIA ft. Whitney Phillips
Music/{{Coldplay}} and Music/BigSean
# “Mr. Brightside” "Get Low" by Music/TheKillers
Zedd and [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]]
# "No More Sad Songs" "Bestie" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun KellyYungen


The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''nine weeks''', held on July 9, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "When Love Takes Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''nine '''ten weeks''', held on July 9, 16, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.



[[folder:The current chart (July 9, 2017)]]

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[[folder:The current chart (July 9, 16, 2017)]]



# "Came Here For Love" by Sigala ft. Ella Eyre



# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee
# "Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes x Cade Remix)" by Maggie Lindemann
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy



# "Strip That Down" by Liam Payne ft. Quavo
# "Bridge Over Troubled Water"[[note]]This is a cover by 52 different artists, including Music/RobbieWilliams, Music/JamesBlunt, Music/JessieJ, Craig David, Anne-Marie, Music/RitaOra, Stormzy, James Arthur, Music/TheWho, Music/LeonaLewis, Dua Lipa and Emile Sandé to commemorate the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017. The artists are collectively known as "Artists for Grenfell".[[/note]]
# "Sun Comes Up" by Rudimental ft. James Arthur

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# "Came Here For Love" by Sigala ft. Ella Eyre
# "Strip That Down" by [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne Payne]] ft. Quavo
# "Bridge Over Troubled Water"[[note]]This is a cover "Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes x Cade Remix)" by 52 different artists, including Music/RobbieWilliams, Music/JamesBlunt, Music/JessieJ, Craig David, Anne-Marie, Music/RitaOra, Stormzy, James Arthur, Music/TheWho, Music/LeonaLewis, Dua Lipa and Emile Sandé to commemorate the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017. The artists are collectively known as "Artists for Grenfell".[[/note]]
Maggie Lindemann
# "Sun Comes Up" "Power" by Rudimental Music/LittleMix ft. James ArthurStormzy
# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus
# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee



# "Slow Hands" by Niall Horan

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# "Slow Hands" "Sun Comes Up" by Niall HoranRudimental ft. James Arthur
# "Unpredictable" by Olly Murs ft. Louisa Johnson
# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson



# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson
# "Unpredictable" by Olly Murs ft. Louisa Johnson
# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus



# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran



# "Slow Hands" by [[Music/OneDirection Niall Horan]]
# "Get Low" by Zedd and [[Music/OneDirection Liam Payne]]
# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran



# "On My Mind" by Disciples



# "On My Mind" by Disciples



# "No Promises" by Cheat Codes ft. Music/DemiLovato

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# "No Promises" "Bad Liar" by Cheat Codes Music/SelenaGomez
# "Something Just Like This" by Music/TheChainsmokers
ft. Music/DemiLovatoMusic/{{Coldplay}}



# "Forgive Forget" by Samantha Harvey
# "Something Just Like This" by Music/TheChainsmokers ft. Music/{{Coldplay}}
# "Bad Liar" by Music/SelenaGomez
# "No More Sad Songs" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun Kelly
# "Signs" by Music/{{Drake}}

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# "Forgive Forget" “Praying" by Samantha Harvey
# "Something Just Like This" by Music/TheChainsmokers ft. Music/{{Coldplay}}
# "Bad Liar" by Music/SelenaGomez
# "No More Sad Songs" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun Kelly
# "Signs" by Music/{{Drake}}
{{Kesha}}



# "Solo Dance" by Martin Jensen

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# "Solo Dance" "No Promises" by Martin JensenCheat Codes ft. Music/DemiLovato
# "Sorry Not Sorry" by Music/DemiLovato



# "Did You See" by J Hus
# "It Ain't Me" by Kygo and Music/SelenaGomez
# "[[WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}} CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!]]" by Music/JustinTimberlake

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# "Did You See" "Signs" by J Hus
Music/{{Drake}}
# "It Ain't Me" "Know No Better" by Kygo Music/MajorLazer ft. Travis Scott, [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]] and Music/SelenaGomez
Quavo
# "[[WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}} CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!]]" "Out of Love" by Music/JustinTimberlakeINDIIA ft. Whitney Phillips
# “Mr. Brightside” by Music/TheKillers
# "No More Sad Songs" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun Kelly


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# "Despacito (Remix)" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Music/JustinBieber
# "Wild Thoughts" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/{{Rihanna}} and Bryson Tiller
# "Came Here For Love" by Sigala ft. Ella Eyre
# "Feels" by Music/CalvinHarris ft. Pharrell Williams, Music/KatyPerry and Music/BigSean
# "Your Song" by Music/RitaOra
# "Unforgettable" by French Montana ft. Swae Lee
# "Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes x Cade Remix)" by Maggie Lindemann
# "Power" by Music/LittleMix ft. Stormzy
# "Mama" by Jonas Blue ft. William Singe
# "Strip That Down" by Liam Payne ft. Quavo
# "Bridge Over Troubled Water"[[note]]This is a cover by 52 different artists, including Music/RobbieWilliams, Music/JamesBlunt, Music/JessieJ, Craig David, Anne-Marie, Music/RitaOra, Stormzy, James Arthur, Music/TheWho, Music/LeonaLewis, Dua Lipa and Emile Sandé to commemorate the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017. The artists are collectively known as "Artists for Grenfell".[[/note]]
# "Sun Comes Up" by Rudimental ft. James Arthur
# "One Last Time" by Music/ArianaGrande[[note]]This song was actually released in 2014. It was re-released in May 2017 as a charity single to commemorate [[TearJerker/ArianaGrande the Manchester concert bombing that killed 22 people]].[[/note]]
# "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" by Music/ShawnMendes
# "Attention" by Charlie Puth
# "Slow Hands" by Nial Horan
# "2U" by Music/DavidGuetta ft. Music/JustinBieber
# "Symphony" by Music/CleanBandit ft. Music/ZaraLarsson
# "Unpredictable" by Olly Murs ft. Louisa Johnson
# "Malibu" by Music/MileyCyrus
# "I'm the One" by DJ Khaled ft. Music/JustinBieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Music/LilWayne
# "Shape of You" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Crying In the Club" by [[Music/FifthHarmony Camila Cabello]]
# "Skin" by Rag'n'Bone Man
# "Swalla" by Jason Derulo ft. Music/NickiMinaj and Ty Dolla $ign
# "On My Mind" by Disciples
# "Galway Girl" by Music/EdSheeran
# "No Promises" by Cheat Codes ft. Music/DemiLovato
# "Castle on the Hill" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Forgive Forget" by Samantha Harvey
# "Something Just Like This" by Music/TheChainsmokers ft. Music/{{Coldplay}}
# "Bad Liar" by Music/SelenaGomez
# "No More Sad Songs" by Music/LittleMix ft. Machine Gun Kelly
# "Signs" by Music/{{Drake}}
# "Chasing Highs" by Alma
# "Solo Dance" by Martin Jensen
# "Perfect" by Music/EdSheeran
# "Did You See" by J Hus
# "It Ain't Me" by Kygo and Music/SelenaGomez
# "[[WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}} CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!]]" by Music/JustinTimberlake
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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When Love Takes Over]]" featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luís Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eight weeks''', held on July 2, 2017. "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul are not far behind, reigning as number one for seven weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When "When Love Takes Over]]" Over" by Music/DavidGuetta featuring Music/KellyRowland. The song to achieve the most weeks on the chart is "Despacito" by Luís Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eight '''nine weeks''', held on July 2, 9, 2017. The runners-up are "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul are not far behind, reigning as Paul, which were all number one for seven weeks.


The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When Love Takes Over]]" featuring Music/KellyRowland. The songs to achieve the most weeks on the chart are "[[Music/MarkRonson Uptown]] [[Music/BrunoMars Funk]]", "[[Music/JustinBieber Love Yourself]]", "[[Music/CleanBandit Rockabye]]" featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul and "Despacito" (the Music/JustinBieber remix) at seven weeks each. "[[Music/LukasGraham 7 Years]]", "[[Music/EdSheeran Shape of You]]", "[[Music/RobinThicke Blurred Lines]]" and "[[Music/{{Gotye}} Somebody That I Used To Know]]" are not far behind, reigning as number one for six weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When Love Takes Over]]" featuring Music/KellyRowland. The songs song to achieve the most weeks on the chart are "[[Music/MarkRonson Uptown]] [[Music/BrunoMars Funk]]", "[[Music/JustinBieber Love Yourself]]", "[[Music/CleanBandit Rockabye]]" is "Despacito" by Luís Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (remixed by Music/JustinBieber) at '''eight weeks''', held on July 2, 2017. "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Music/BrunoMars, "Love Yourself" by Music/JustinBieber and "Rockabye" by Music/CleanBandit featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul and "Despacito" (the Music/JustinBieber remix) at seven weeks each. "[[Music/LukasGraham 7 Years]]", "[[Music/EdSheeran Shape of You]]", "[[Music/RobinThicke Blurred Lines]]" and "[[Music/{{Gotye}} Somebody That I Used To Know]]" are not far behind, reigning as number one for six seven weeks.


The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When Love Takes Over]]" featuring Music/KellyRowland. The songs to achieve the most weeks on the chart are "[[Music/MarkRonson Uptown]] [[Music/BrunoMars Funk]]", "[[Music/JustinBieber Love Yourself]]" and "[[Music/CleanBandit Rockabye]]" featuring Music/AnneMarie and Music/SeanPaul, at seven weeks each. "[[Music/LukasGraham 7 Years]]", "[[Music/EdSheeran Shape of You]]", "[[Music/RobinThicke Blurred Lines]]" and "[[Music/{{Gotye}} Somebody That I Used To Know]]" are not far behind, reigning as number one for six weeks.

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The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When Love Takes Over]]" featuring Music/KellyRowland. The songs to achieve the most weeks on the chart are "[[Music/MarkRonson Uptown]] [[Music/BrunoMars Funk]]", "[[Music/JustinBieber Love Yourself]]" and Yourself]]", "[[Music/CleanBandit Rockabye]]" featuring Music/AnneMarie Anne-Marie and Music/SeanPaul, Sean Paul and "Despacito" (the Music/JustinBieber remix) at seven weeks each. "[[Music/LukasGraham 7 Years]]", "[[Music/EdSheeran Shape of You]]", "[[Music/RobinThicke Blurred Lines]]" and "[[Music/{{Gotye}} Somebody That I Used To Know]]" are not far behind, reigning as number one for six weeks.

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The official website can be found [[http://www.bigtop40.com/ here]].

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''The Vodafone Big Top 40'' is like the British equivalent of ''Radio/AmericanTop40'' hosted by Marvin Humes of ''Series/ThisMorning'' fame, broadcast every Sunday at 4pm-7pm GMT[[note]]10am-1pm CST[[/note]]. It is the biggest radio programme in the UK, broadcast on at least 140 British radio channels. including [[Creator/GlobalRadio Heart and Capital]]. The first show was broadcast on June 14, 2009 and has data taken from live iTunes downloads.

The first number one single to appear on the chart was "[[Music/DavidGuetta When Love Takes Over]]" featuring Music/KellyRowland. The songs to achieve the most weeks on the chart are "[[Music/MarkRonson Uptown]] [[Music/BrunoMars Funk]]", "[[Music/JustinBieber Love Yourself]]" and "[[Music/CleanBandit Rockabye]]" featuring Music/AnneMarie and Music/SeanPaul, at seven weeks each. "[[Music/LukasGraham 7 Years]]", "[[Music/EdSheeran Shape of You]]", "[[Music/RobinThicke Blurred Lines]]" and "[[Music/{{Gotye}} Somebody That I Used To Know]]" are not far behind, reigning as number one for six weeks.

The show starts with shortened versions of the ten most downloaded songs of the week. Then there is a countdown of the 40-11 songs until 6pm, where the live iTunes top 10 is locked and said songs play out in full, with the number 1 song announced just before the end of the show.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: In 2017, Capital FM host The Bassman temporarily replaced Marvin Humes as host due to Humes' paternity leave.

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