Daft Punk Get Lucky With First UK No.1 Single
Collaboration with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers grabs top spot...
He said: "I am so honoured and completely blown away. It's an amazing thing to have happen, really cool.
"Whenever you work on music, whenever you write or produce, whatever I do, I always try and do the very best I can.
"The relationship between myself and Daft Punk was just so unbelievably right. So, the fact that it has gone to Number 1 is humbling. It is extraordinary."
Last week's No 2, Will.I.Am's #thatPower (ft. Justin Bieber) fell two places to No 3 - while Calvin Harris' I Need Your Love (ft. Ellie Goulding) rose three places to No 4.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis rounded out the top five with Can't Hold Us - their follow-up to the wildly successful Thrift Shop.
Over in the Official UK Albums Chart, Michael Buble held on to the top spot with To Be Loved.
Frank Turner's Tape Deck Heart was a new entry at No 2, as was Will.I.Am's Willpower at No 3.
Pink's The Truth About Love was a non-mover at No 4 and Emeli Sandé's Our Version Of Events dropped two places to No 5 - setting a new chart record with its 63rd week in the top 10.
The Olympics opening ceremony star has now eclipsed The Beatles for the longest number of consecutive weeks for a debut album to remain in the top 10.
The Fab Four's Please Please Me managed 62 weeks between 1963 and 1964.
The Official UK Top 10 Singles...
1 (3) Daft Punk - Get Lucky (ft. Pharrell Williams)
2 (1) Rudimental - Waiting All Night (ft. Ella Eyre)
3 (2) Will.I.Am - #thatPower (ft. Justin Bieber)
4 (7) Calvin Harris - I Need Your Love (ft. Ellie Goulding)
5 (12) Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Can't Hold Us
6 (4) Duke Dumont - Need U (100%) (ft. A*M*E)
7 (5) Pink - Just Give Me A Reason (ft. Nate Reuss)
8 (6) Nelly - Hey Porsche
9 (-) Loveable Rogues - What A Night
10 (8) Pitbull - Feel This Moment (ft. Christina Aguilera)