Jess Glynne holds onto no.1
And Stevie McCrorie becomes the highest-charting 'Voice' winner to date
Jess Glynne is celebrating a third week at number one this weekend despite a Voice winner and a Jonas brother nipping at her heels.
'Hold My Hand' slipped from the top spot during the midweek chart update earlier this week, but Jess managed to regain her momentum to keep her chart crown for another week.
Nick Jonas is close behind at number two with 'Jealous', marking his first official UK single. Years & Years climb up to three with 'King' and James Bay's 'Hold Back the River' slips to number four.
Ed Sheeran and Rudimental complete the top five with 'Bloodstream'.
Despite going straight to number one in the midweeks, Voice UK winner Stevie McCrorie finishes the week at number six with 'Lost Stars'. The charity single suffered a Nicole Scherzinger-esque drop following his victory on the show last Saturday, but it still makes him the highest-charting winner in the show's spotty history.
Maroon 5's 'Sugar' is a non-mover at seven, Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Funk' falls three places to eight, and Kanye's 'FourFiveSeconds' drops to nine.
Hozier completes the top 10 with 'Take Me to Church'.