This Week's Chart By Numbers (10th May 2015)
A look at the best highlights from this Sunday's chart.
1. 2: Weeks at No.1 for Omi's 'Cheerleader'
The Jamaican star kept the top spot for a second week running after THREE weeks at No.2 behind Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's 'See You Again'.
2. 8: Incredible new entries.
Our highest new entry was LunchMoney Lewis' 'Bills' at No.2 however there were also songs by Ariana Grande, Tove Lo AND Galantis.
3. 12: Biggest fall in places.
Kelly Clarkson's 'Heartbeat Song' fell all the way from No.23 to No.35.
4. 2: Biggest rise in places.
Justin Bieber's collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo jumped up two places from No.8 to No.6. Picture: Getty
5. 12: HUGE collaborations.
There were an enormous amount of collaborations in the top 40 this Sunday including Ed Sheeran and Rudimental's 'Bloodstream'.
6. 0: No new 'double-digit club' members
Nobody made it to 10 weeks in the chart this Sunday however the closest artist to that milestone is Kygo with 'Firestone' on 8 weeks.
7. 25: Most appearances in the Vodafone Big Top 40.
Hozier's 'Take Me To Church' is now the track with the MOST appearances since Ed Sheeran's 'Thinking Out Loud' left the chart.
8. 7: Non movers.
Believe it or not a whole week can go by with some tracks not moving a single place up or down. Meghan Trainor's 'Dear Future Husband' has now spent 2 weeks at No.26.
9. 6: No.1 singles still in the chart.
Including Omi's brand new No.1 'Cheerleader' there were a total of 6 number one singles including Years & Years' 'King'.