This Week's Chart By Numbers (26th July 2015)
A look at the best highlights from this Sunday's chart including a new member of the double digit club and 6 non-movers.
1. 1: Brand new No.1 single.
Sigma and Ella Henderson's collaboration 'Glitterball' did the unthinkable and knocked Little Mix off the top. 'Black Magic' had spent two weeks at No.1 before it finally gave way to the British duo.
2. 2: Incredible new entries.
We only had two new entries in the countdown this weekend however they were both incredible. Sigma's new No.1 single 'Glitterball' and Foxes 'Body Talk'.
3. 2: New members in our 'double-digit club'.
Jason Derulo's former No.1 'Want To Want Me' AND Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' now have notched up TEN weeks in the top 40.
4. 5: Most places gained by a single song.
Justin Bieber's collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo, 'Where Are U Now' moved from 26th to 21st place.
5. 1: Single re-entry.
Hozier's 'Take Me To Church' re-entered the chart at No.40 this weekend to make its 26th appearance in the freshest countdown around.
6. 4: Weeks 'Worth It' has appeared on the show.
Fifth Harmony's 'Worth It' has now spent a whole MONTH in the Vodafone Big Top 40. (Picture: PA)
7. 2: Non-movers.
Both Years & amp;Years and Galantis both stuck to the exact same position for a second week in a row. Extra fact: Years & Years' 'Shine' hasn't left the top 5 since its release.
8. 16: Amazing collaborations.
As always there were an endless amount of collaborations in the chart with Sam Feldt, Sigma and Calvin Harris' collabs all in the the top ten. (Photo: Getty)