Taylor Swift: 'Anti-Hero' Is Her Song With Most Weeks At No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100

"Anti-Hero" continues its course unabated.

A new personal record was set by Taylor Swift with the song "Anti-Hero" from her album "Midnights".

"Anti-Hero" completed eight weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Taylor Swift's longest-running song at the top of the chart, surpassing "Blank Space" from "1989," which had remained for seven weeks in first place in 2014-15.

Taylor Swift expressed her surprise at her latest accolade while taking a shot at SZA, who is giving her fierce competition on the charts with her new album 'SOS'.

“What a wish,” Taylor Swift wrote in a post on her Instagram stories, sharing a post from Billboard's official page with the news that “Anti-Hero” completed eight weeks at No. 1. “Your i love guys,” he continued.

Taylor Swift also added a postscript for SZA, who follows at No. 2 on the Hot 100 with her song "Kill Bill".

“I've been listening to SZA's album non-stop. I absolutely love her music. I have so much love and respect for her!” Taylor Swift wrote.

While the top of the Hot 100 is dominated by Taylor Swift followed by SZA, the roles are reversed at the top two spots on the Billboard 200 chart, where SZA's 'SOS' album has taken the reins from Swift's 'Midnights'.

In total, nine Taylor Swift songs have hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 over the years, all since 2012.

In addition to 'Anti-Hero' and 'Blank Space', 'Shake It Off' (four weeks at No. 1), 'Look What You Made Me Do' and 'We Are Never Ever' have climbed to the top Getting Back Together' (three weeks each at No. 1) and 'All Too Well (Taylor's Version)', 'Willow', 'Cardigan' and 'Bad Blood' (each one week at No. 1).

Some of Taylor Swift's most iconic songs have failed to top the Billboard Hot 100.

Among them was 'Love Story' from the album 'Fearless', one of her first hits which only went as far as No.4 despite eventually going eight times platinum.

Also, "You Belong With Me" from "Fearless" and "I Knew You Were Trouble" from "22" both stopped at No. 2 and have each gone seven times platinum, while "Wildest Dreams" has gone four times platinum but only reached No. 5.