Here is your Vodafone Big Top 40 playlist made up of all the brand new entries from this Sunday's show. We've put together all the new releases that have made the countdown.
There are some BIG new releases in this weekend's chart countdown. We've got music from the world's most famous boyband AND girlband as well as a brand new No.1 from a certain British singer.
Let's start with the lowest new entry of the this weekend's countdown:
No.40: Carly Rae Jepsen - 'Run Away With Me'
Carly's second single from her brand new album 'E.MO.TION' snatched a last minute place in the Vodafone Big Top 40 on Sunday. Can it move up any more places next weekend?
No.36: Ella Eyre - 'We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off'
'We don't have to take our clothes off, to have a good time'. Ella's cover of the 1986 hit from Jermaine Stewart has soared into the top 40. You can find the single in Eyre's deluxe edition of her debut album 'Feline'.
No.32: Stylo G feat. Gyptian - 'My Number 1' (Explicit)
Jamaican aritsts are taking over the top 40! First we had Omi and now we have Stylo G feat. Gyptian. If you listen to this song and don't end up with a smile on your face then you are officially a robot.
No.31: One Direction - 'Infinity'
The world's BIGGEST boyband are back. The four lads surprised us all when they announced their final album before the hiatus 'Made In The A.M'. If you pre-ordered the LP, you'd bag yourself a copy of 'Infinity'...and it looks like a LOT of you did exactly that.
No.10: Nick Brewer - 'Talk To Me'
You've heard this one before haven't you? Nick Brewer has arrived on the music scene! Did you know that the female vocalist on this track, Bibi Bourelly actually wrote Rihanna's 'BBHMM'?!
No.8: Little Mix - 'Love Me Like You'
Little Mix's first single from their new album 'Get Weird' bagged the No.1 spot without a hitch and it looks like they're onto a winner with their second single too.
No.7: Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran - 'Lay It All On Me'
Dream collaboration anyone? The pair have actually teamed up before for a remix of Ed Sheeran's 'Bloodstream' and now they're back again for another taste of the chart action.
No.1: Sam Smith - 'Writing's On The Wall'
He has done it! From out of nowhere Sam Smith's 'Writing's On The Wall' has sealed the top spot all for himself. The song is taken from the upcoming James Bond movie, 'Spectre'.