Ed Sheeran's Bad Habits reigns supreme at the top of the official Irish singles charts for the eighth week running, becoming his longest-reigning chart topper in four years.

The track, which is taken from his just-announced fifth studio album, is now the second longest chart-topper for Sheeran following the 14 non-consecutive weeks logged in 2017 by Shape of You.

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The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber's Stay retains the second position, while Becky Hill & David Guetta's Remember rises four places to a new peak of number 3.

Billie Eilish's Happier Than Ever drops one spot to fourth position, while Jonasu's Black Magic drops one spot to fifth.

Three songs enter the Official Irish Singles Chart Top 10 for the first time: Doja Cat's Need To Know (8); Talk About by Rain Radio & Craig Gorman (9); and Tones and I's Fly Away (10).

Over on the album chart, Olivia Rodrigo is at number 1 for a tenth non-consecutive week with Sour, while British rapper Dave regains ground with his former chart topper We’re All Alone In This Together, rebounding a place to number 2.

Billie Eilish's Happier Than Ever is in the third position, Doja Cat's Planet Her is in fourth and Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear rounds off the top five.

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The Killers score their eighth top ten entry on the Irish albums chart with their new release Pressure Machine, entering at number 6.

On the Irish Homegrown chart, Dermot Kennedy logs a third week at number 1 with Better Days, Rain Radio & DJ Craig Gorman's Talk About is at number 2, and Anne-Marie & Niall Horan's Our Song is at number 3.

Picture This retain the fourth spot with LA House Party, while Bissett's Every Single Time rounds off the top five.

Dublin group AV9, featuring members Rose, Chuks and Swift, pick up the highest new entry of the week with Millian going straight in at number 9.

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