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Olivia Rodrigo claims seventh week at UK number one

Olivia Rodrigo manages an impressive seventh week on top of the UK singles chart with her viral hit 'Drivers License'.

Olivia Rodrigo's 'Drivers License' is the UK number one for a seventh week in a row, the Official Charts Company has confirmed.

The track managed another 5.6 million streams across the week to claim the longest stint at number one since Tones & I's 'Dance Monkey' managed 11 weeks at the summit at the end of 2019.

Lil Tjay and 6LACK stay put at two with 'Calling My Phone', while Nathan Evans's 'Wellerman' is at three and 'The Business' from Tiesto is up two places to four.

Eurovision 2019 winner Duncan Laurence hits a new TikTok-inspired high of 29 with 'Arcade' and the highest new entry comes from Ella Henderson and Tom Grennan, who are in at 28 with 'Let's Go Home Together'.

On the albums chart, Scottish rockers Mogwai claim their first number one with their tenth studio album As The Love Continues, finishing 2,900 sales ahead of rapper Ghetts with his Conflict Of Interest.

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Olivia Rodrigo celebrates her UK number one on January 15, 2021
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