Taylor Swift has ended Wiz Khalifa's reign at the top of the pop charts, taking her Bad Blood single to number one on the strength of a star-studded video.
The track is Swift's fourth number one on the Billboard Hot 100, ending rapper Khalifa's six-week run on top with Furious 7 tune See You Again, which falls to two.
Fetty Wap's Trap Queen also drops a spot to three, while Walk the Moon's Shut Up and Dance and The Weeknd's Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey) round out the new top five.
On the Billboard 200 album chart, Twenty One Pilots debut Blurryface at number one, beating out a surging Taylor Swift, whose 1989 rockets back into the top three at two, and the Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack, which slips a spot to number three.
Dance music superstar Zedd debuts at four with True Colors, while Meghan Trainor's Title returns to the top five at five.