Ella Henderson’s two-week reign at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart has come to an end.
The X Factor contestant’s debut single, Ghost (Number 2 today), has been toppled from the summit by 19-year-old Dutch house producer Oliver Heldens and 20-year-old Worcestershire singer/songwriter Becky Hill with Gecko (Overdrive).
The track is Oliver’s first ever UK Top 40 hit, while it is Becky’s second Top 10; she reached Number 8 last year contributing vocals to Afterglow by Wilkinson. Becky has also worked with Rudimental and features on their Number 1 album, Home.
Sing by Ed Sheeran remains static at Number 3, while Example is new in at Number 4 with One More Day (Stay With Me). This week’s Top 5 is completed by George Ezra’s Budapest (5).
US singer/songwriter Usher scores his highest charting single in two years with Good Kisser (Number 10). Ed Sheeran is new in at Number 19 and Number 26 with Don’t and Thinking Out Loud, which are from his Number 1 album, X.
Tremor by Dimitri Vegas and Martin Garrix enters at 30 today, while Mmm Yeah by Austin Mahone and Pitbull debuts at Number 34.
The Official Singles Chart Top 10 is as follows. Click here to see the Official Singles Chart Top 100 in full after 7pm.