Calvin Harris scores sixth UK number one
DJ and producer Calvin Harris has landed his sixth UK number one single with his latest track, Summer.
The debut single knocked last week's number one, Waves by Mr Probz, into second spot.
The top five was rounded out by Kiesza's Hideway at three, Nobody to Love by Sigma at four and All of Me by John Legend at number five.
Michael Jackson's Love Never Felt So Good entered the chart at 27, having only gone on sale on Saturday.
The song is the opening track from the late singer's second posthumous album, Xscape, which is released in the UK next week.
On the album chart, Paulo Nutini held firm with a third week at number one for Caustic Love.
Damon Albarn enjoyed the highest new entry on the album chart with his latest effort, Everyday Robots, debuting at number two.
Imelda May's Tribal debuted at number three, while Embrace's self-titled album was also a new entry at five.
Paloma Faith, whose single, Only Love Can Hurt Like This, climbed 30 places to number 20 on Sunday, kept her spot at number four on the album chart with A Perfect Contradiction.
The Pixies scored a new entry at number six with Indie Cindy. The band's fifth studio album was originally released two weeks ago as a limited edition run for Record Store Day.