Justin Bieber and Luis Fonsi have entered the record books as their summer hit Despacito returns to the top of the U.K. singles chart.
The song, also featuring Daddy Yankee, regained the top spot in Britain's Official Charts Company's rundown on Friday (28Jul17) from DJ Khaled and Rihanna's collaboration Wild Thoughts, and it has now spent 10 weeks at number one in three separate stints.
The only other songs to have three separate runs as the U.K.'s number one are Pharrell Williams' 2014 hit Happy, another Bieber track What Do You Mean? and two songs from the 1950s - Frankie Laine's I Believe and Guy Mitchell's Singing the Blues. That means Justin is the only artist to achieve the feat twice.
Wild Thoughts falls to two, while French Montana and Swae Lee's Unforgettable remains at three.
Calvin Harris, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and Big Sean's collaboration Feels is up to four, while rounding out the top five is Jonas Blue's Mama featuring William Singe.
Lana Del Rey's new record Lust for Life just edged out former The Beautiful South stars Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot's collection Crooked Calypso in a battle for the top of the U.K. album chart, while Ed Sheeran's smash hit album ÷ (divide) falls to number three, and U.S. rockers Linkin Park round out the top five at four and five.
Fans mourning frontman Chester Bennington, following his suicide earlier this month (Jul17), have boosted sales of the band's debut album Hybrid Theory, which climbs to four, while their most recent record, One More Light, enters the chart at five.