Calvin Harris and Florence Welch have 'scored' their second UK Number One single in a row with 'Sweet Nothing'.
The single, taken from Now That's What I Call Chart Music in 2012 aka Harris' '18 Months' album, knocked Swedish House Mafia's 'Don't You Worry Child' down to Number 2.
Non-boyband boyband Lawson were a new entry at Number 6 with 'Standing In The Dark', while Rebecca Ferguson's 'Backtrack' was new at Number 15.
Tyler James' actually amazing single 'Single Tear' had to make do with a new entry at Number 28. :(
On the album chart, Global Songstress Leona Lewis was denied a third consecutive UK Number One album after Jake Bloody Bugg entered at Number One with his debut 'collection'. In fact, Leona had to make do with third place behind waistcoat botherers Mumford & Sons.
Other new entries included Rebecca Ferguson's 'deluxe' version of her debut album 'Heaven' at Number 5, and Bat For Lashes at Number 6 with 'The Haunted Man'.