Ava Max spends a third week at Number 1 with 'Sweet But Psycho'
13 January 2019, 22:32 | Updated: 13 January 2019, 22:37
Ava Max's 'Sweet But Psycho' went up against Westlife's 'Hello My Love' in the race for this week's Number 1.
Ava Max has secured a third week at Number 1 on The Official Big Top 40 with her breakout hit 'Sweet But Psycho'.
Will Manning FaceTimed the singer in LA to reveal the news and show off the Number 1 trophy that's coming her way.
Ava beat legendary Irish boyband Westlife to the top, whose comeback song 'Hello My Love' entered at Number 2.
'Hello My Love' was only released on Thursday and is band's first official single in eight years, following their split in 2012.
The song was written by Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac and is certainly a strong contender to be Number 1 next week.
Westlife were in the studio with Will and shared details of their comeback and the band's plans for 2019.
And as if Westlife and Ava Max wasn't enough, Calvin Harris was also a guest this week on the UK's biggest chart show.
He also called in from LA to chat about his blossoming gardening projects and his new single 'Giant' with Rag N Bone Man.
'Giant' was a New Entry this week at Number 12 and could rise to become the producer's third Number 1 in twelve months.
There were also New Entries this week from the likes of Sam Smith and Normani, Chris Brown and Bring Me The Horizon.