Ed Sheeran's 'Perfect' Enters Sixth Week at No. 1 in Australia

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Ed Sheeran performs at Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 8, 2017 in New York City.

Ed Sheeran rules Australia’s singles chart for a sixth straight week with “Perfect” (Atlantic/Warner) while the score for The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) remains the top entertainer on the albums survey.

With his latest stint atop the ARIA Singles Chart, Sheeran logs 27 career weeks at No. 1. “Perfect,” also this week’s No. 1 in the U.K., is credited triple platinum (210,000 units) in Australia. 

Coming in at No. 2 this week is Post Malone's “I Fall Apart” (Universal), which hits a new high in its 14th week on the chart. The U.S. rapper’s former No. 1, “Rockstar,” holds at No. 6 while his more recent release, “Candy Paint,” improves 26-20, a new peak. Also this week, Post's debut set Stoney rises four places on the ARIA Albums Chart to a best position of No. 6.

Eminem’s “River” (Interscope/Universal) featuring Sheeran is unchanged at No. 3, as Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line “Meant To Be” (Warner) improves three places to No. 4, a new peak. Camila Cabello’s “Havana” (Epic/Sony) featuring Young Thug this week dips 2-5.

U.S. rapper and producer G-Eazy earns his first top 10 as a lead artist as “Him & I” (RCA/Sony) featuring Halsey leaps 16-10 in its sixth week. Meanwhile, Bruno Mars snags the week’s highest new entry with “Finesse” (Atlantic/Warner), featuring Cardi B, which opens at No. 15. It's Mars’ third top 50 entry from 24K Magic after its title track (No. 3 in December 2016) and “That’s What I Like” (No. 5 in April 2017).

Just four Australian recordings impact the top 50, led by Pnau’s “Go Bang,” unchanged at No. 13, and Sheppard’s “Coming Home” (Chugg/MGM), which rallies 28-23, a new peak.

Over on the ARIA Albums Chart, it's an unchanged top 5 as Sheeran’s six-times platinum Divide (Warner) holds at No. 2, Pink’s four-times platinum Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony) is at No. 3, Eminem’s Revival (Interscope/Universal), stays at No. 4 and Taylor Swift’s Reputation (Big Machine/Universal) retains No. 5.