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Lewis Capaldi climbs to number one with "Someone You Loved" on The Official Big Top 40 Chart

Lewis soars to number one on The Official Big Top 40 Chart, knocking P!nk's 'Walk Me Home' to number three this week!

It's Lewis' first ever number one song as we're sure it will be the first of many for the Scottish singer / songwriter in 2019.

Kicking off the first of our new entries for the week is Mr John Newman! Coming in at number 32 with his new track "Feelings". We're glad to see John Newman back at it. You'll know him from his various hits, including: 'Cheating', 'Come and get It' and "Love Me Again'.

'Selfie' group The Chainsmokers re-enter the chart at number 29 with 5 Seconds Of Summer and "Who Do You Love". Its highest chart position is number 28.

Meduza brings us the second new entry on the UK's Biggest Chart Show, with "Piece Of Your Heart", featuring GOODBOYS, at number 11, just missing out on getting a spot in this week's Top 10.

Last week's number one "Walk Me Home", from 'So What' singer and songwriter P!nk slipped two places to number three, meaning we have a brand new number one. P!nk has been a non-mover in the number one spot for a whole month!

As a result of this chart-topping change, former number one DJ and producer Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man have climbed up to number two.

First time number one word record holder of The Official Big Top 40 Chart Lewis Capaldi, joined chart show host Will Manning naked from his bedroom as Will delivered the news that Capaldi had knocked P!nk off of her thrown, after spending the last few weeks at both number two and number three.

Will Lewis Capaldi make it two weeks at the top? Find out with us and The Official Big Top 40 team next Sunday. The UK's biggest chart show is LIVE every Sunday from 4-7pm with host Will Manning.

Watch the official video for Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved", below:

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