Pink's new song debuts at Number 1 following BRITs performance
24 February 2019, 19:19 | Updated: 24 February 2019, 19:42
Pink has debuted at Number 1 on The Official Big Top 40 following her BRIT Awards performance on Wednesday.
The American singer released her new single 'Walk Me Home' on the day of the BRITs and it's gone straight to Number 1.
Pink closed the ceremony with a performance of some of the biggest hits from her career, beginning with her new song.
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'Walk Me Home' is the lead single from Pink's upcoming album Hurts 2B Human, which is tabled for release in April.
It means fellow 2019 BRIT Awards performers Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man slip to Number 2 with 'Giant'.
Wednesday's BRIT Awards had a major impact on this week's Official Big Top 40, with winners rising up the chart.
British Breakthrough Act winner Tom Walker had two songs debut in the Top 10 - 'Not Giving In' and 'Just You and I'.
Meanwhile, 'Don't Watch Me Cry' from British Female Jorja Smith entered the chart following her incredible performance.
> See this week's Official Big Top 40 in full