Miley Cyrus has broken her father Billy Ray Cyrus' record on Australia's chart, with her song "Flowers" logging an eighth consecutive week at No.1.
"Flowers" is from Cyrus' eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation, which was released on March 10.
PinkPantheress' "Boy's A Liar" and The Weeknd's "Die For You" featuring Ariana Grande complete the top three on the Australian singles chart.
Harry Styles' album "Harry's House" holds the top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for a 10th non-consecutive week.
Morgan Wallen's album "One Day At A Time" debuts at No. 2 on the chart, with Ruel's album "4th Wall" coming in at No. 3.
Harry Styles' older albums, "Fine Line" and "Harry Styles," also maintain a presence on the albums chart.
NCT 127's "Ay-Yo - The 4th Album Repackage" debuts at No. 13 on the albums chart.
Teenage Dads' EP "Midnight Driving" enters the chart at No. 28, while Jen Cloher's album "I Am The River, The River Is Me" debuts at No. 30.
Harry Styles' recent Love On Tour produced by Live Nation has had a positive impact on his album sales in Australia.