Billie Eilish claims her first UK Number 1
21 April 2019, 18:55 | Updated: 21 April 2019, 18:56
17-year-old Billie Eilish has claimed her first Number 1 song in the UK with 'bad guy'.
The American star knocked Meduza and Goodboys' 'Piece of Your Heart' off the top spot on The Official Big Top 40.
'bad guy' is Billie's first Number 1 song in the UK and is taken from her best-selling debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which was released last month.
Billie recently joined Will Manning on the show recently and went on a hilarious rant about how the UK doesn't have microwaves and ketchup in Europe is the worst!
At just 17-years-old, Billie is one of the youngest artists ever to have a Number 1 song on The Official Big Top 40.
Elsewhere on the chart this week, BTS' song 'Boy with Luv' with Halsey became their first Top 10 hit in the UK.
A new Avicii song - 'S.O.S.' with Aloe Blacc - also climbed into the Top 10 this week, coming a day after the year anniversary of the Swedish DJ and producer's death was marked around the world.
The week's highest New Entry came from Mark Ronson. His new single 'Late Night Feelings' with Swedish singer Lykke Li entered the UK's biggest chart show at Number 17.
Tom Walker was this week's special guest and proved why he's one of the nicest guys in music by refusing to trash talk Lewis Capaldi, Sigrid and Freya Ridings - some of his 'rivals' who are also bringing out debut albums in 2019.