Billie Eilish has topped the Irish and UK singles charts with her James Bond theme song for the upcoming No Time to Die.
The song is the 18-year-old's second number one in Ireland, following Everything I Wanted last November. She follows in the footsteps of Adele (Skyfall) and Carly Simon (Nobody Does It Better) in hitting the top spot in Ireland with a Bond theme song.
Eilish, who swept the big four prizes at the Grammy Awards in January and was named Best International Female Artist at this week's Brit Awards, is the first woman and youngest artist to score a number one with their 007 theme in the UK.
Sam Smith, whose Writing's on the Wall soundtracked 2015's Spectre, is the only other artist whose Bond theme reached number one in the UK since the official franchise began in 1962.
Eilish penned her song alongside her brother and co-writer, Finneas O'Connell, as well as Hans Zimmer and Johnny Marr. All three joined her onstage at the Brit Awards at London's O2 Arena this week to perform the song.
No Time to Die, which will be Daniel Craig's final film as the legendary James Bond, will be released in cinemas on April 2.
Elsewhere on the Irish singles chart, The Weeknd is down to number two with Blinding Lights; Saint Jhn is at number three with Roses; Dua Lipa is at four with Don't Start Now and Roddy Ricch is at five with The Box.
On the Irish albums chart, Lewis Capaldi continues his reign at the top with Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, while Justin Bieber scores the highest new entry at number two with Changes.
Another new album, Tame Impala's The Slow Rush, makes its debut at number three. Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear is at number four and Billie Eilish's When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? is at number five.