A song which has been put together by Simon Cowell to raise money for those affected by the fatal Grenfell Tower fire has shot to the top of the Official UK Top 40 Singles Chart.
Stealing the crown from Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankeeand Justin Bieber, with Despacito, the song features the voices of Jessie J, Robbie Williams, Paloma Faith, and James Arthur to name just a few.
It is a version of the classic 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' by Simon and Garfunkel.
After being released on Wednesday (June 21), the single, which was recorded in west London, entered the chart over the weekend in the No.1 spot.
Each artist takes a different line of the 1970s classic, alongside a rap by the artist Stormzy.
Also featuring on the track is a choir of local people, directed by Gareth Malone.
Naturally, following the number one achievement, social media users were quick to share their opinions online.
Twitter user Alys Jones wrote: "Every time I listen to Bridge over troubled water by #ArtistsforGrenfell I get goosebumps. It's so heartwarming and sad".
Others shared their love for the record:
A fundraising page which generates a total for the amount donated by the public, alongside the amount raised from the sale of the single, has currently raised over £490,000.
Those wishing to donate, can do so here , or the single is also available to buy on iTunes.
getwestlondon has set up a fundraising page for those affected by the fire, so far collecting more than £37,000. To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/grenfell-tower-support .
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