The numbers are in!
26.05.2023 - 16:53 / officialcharts.com
Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding are Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart for a seventh, non-consecutive week with Miracle.
Once more the most-streamed song in the country over the last seven days, Miracle now leapfrogs past We Found Love with Rihanna and Promises with Sam Smith to become Calvin’s second-longest-running chart-topper in the UK. Only One Kiss with Dua Lipa held on for longer, with eight weeks at Number 1.
With seven weeks at the top of the Official Singles Chart, Miracle also helps Ellie join the ranks of female acts with the longest-running Number 1 singles in UK chart history. Other female acts to secure a seven-week stretch at Number 1 include the likes of Cher with Believe and the Spice Girls with Wannabe.
Following the Number 1 debut of his second album Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent, several tracks by Lewis Capaldi are present this week; former Number 1 Wish You The Best is up two (3), while Haven’t You Ever Been In Love Before? Enjoys a Top 30 debut (28).
This week’s highest new entry goes to Lana Del Rey, who secures her first solo UK Top 10 in more than a decade with Say Yes To Heaven (9). It becomes Lana’s sixth career Top 10 hit, she last charted here on her own with Born To Die also reaching Number 9 in 2012.
After a history-making week for Eurovision on the Official Chart, an impressive trio of entries hold on for a second week; 2023 victor Loreen spends a second week in the Top 5 with Tattoo (4), while Käärijä’s Cha Cha Cha (15) and Mae Muller’s I Wrote A Song (19) are still present in the Top 20. Chart Fact - Banking a second outing in the Top 5 today means Loreen’s Tattoo is the first Eurovision entry to spend two consecutive weeks in the UK Official Singles Chart Top 5 in
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Taylor Swift is making moves for an Official Singles Chart takeover this week with a three tracks from the newly-released Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition) heading for the Top 10.
Paul Heaton has announced that he will be leaving some money behind at a few local pubs during the Neighbourhood Weekender festival.The Housemartins and Beautiful South legend took to social media to announce the free rounds of pints for those who will be in attendance of the festival.The statement posted to Heaton’s official social media accounts read: “As a thank you, and a small amount of help during the cost of greed crisis, Paul is leaving some money behind the bar at a few local pubs in Warrington so that some of you attending @nbhdweekender this weekend can have a drink on him.”According to the statement, the pubs that are involved are The Bull’s Head on 33rd Church Street, The King’s Head on 40 Winwick Street and The Cheshire Cheese on 654 Knutsford Road which are all near the festival’s site of Victoria Park.As a thank you, and a small amount of help during the cost of greed crisis, Paul is leaving some money behind the bar at a few local pubs in Warrington so that some of you attending @nbhdweekender this weekend can have a drink on him….(click on attached image for more info) pic.twitter.com/opH5HPcAv1— Paul Heaton (@PaulHeatonSolo) May 26, 2023The festival’s own pub, The Neighbourhood Inn, will also take part for any attendees who plan on heading in early to catch any acts. They will be offered a drink token for the pub on the way in the festival on a first come, first served basis.The statement ended with a confirmation of a “Similar process” that “will be running local to the other Paul Heaton shows over the summer.
Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large The Television Academy has canceled plans to hold its 16th Television Academy Honors, which had been slated to take place next Wednesday, May 31. “After discussions with the WGA and out of deference to those impacted by the ongoing labor dispute, the Television Academy is cancelling the Television Academy Honors reception which was scheduled for the evening of May 31. We appreciate everyone’s understanding,” the org said on its website. “The Academy would like to congratulate this year’s Honors recipients and thank them on behalf of the entire industry for their groundbreaking and inspiring work,” the org added. HBO Max’s “We’re Here,” Netflix’s “Mo” and Amazon Prime Video’s recently canceled “As We See It” were among the programs set to be recognized at the event.
BreAnna Bell “The Mother” continues to lead all of Netflix titles for the second consecutive week with 92 million hours viewed during the May 15-21 viewing window. Thus, pushing the show to hit more than 90 million views. Netflix calculates total views by dividing the total hours watched, (178.1 million hours) by total runtime (1.96 hours). Spinoffs reigned supreme on the English-Language TV chart. Taking the no. 1 spot on the list is “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story,” which managed an additional 82.39 million hours viewed. In its third week among the popular titles chart, Shonda Rhimes’ Georgian era tale also appeared in the Top 10 in 89 countries. Coming just beneath is the “To All the Boys” sequel series, “XO, Kitty” which opened to 72.08 million hours viewed following its May 18 debut. Starring Anna Cathcart (Kitty Song Covey) and Minyeong Choi (Dae), the YA rom-com had over 14 total views and appeared in the Top 10 in 90 countries.
Thania Garcia Morgan Wallen’s “One Thing at a Time” spends an 11th consecutive week topping the Billboard 200 albums chart — meeting marks set by the “Titanic” soundtrack, which ruled over the chart for 16 weeks in a row back in 1998, and joining record-setters Whitney Houston and Stevie Wonder. In the latest tracking week, “One Thing” garnered the equivalent of 134,500 sales in the United States, including 165 million streams, according to data by Luminate. The 36-song set is the first of any genre to spend its first 11 weeks at the summit (meaning it opened at No. 1 and stayed there) since Houston’s 1987 album “Whitney,” which boasted classics like “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” and “Where Do Broken Hearts Go.” Before that, Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” notched 13 weeks at No. 1 in 1976 and 1977.
Eurovision 2023 winner and pop iconoclast Loreen has announced her UK and EU ‘Tattoo’ tour. Check out the tour dates below.The tour is set to Kick off in Dublin on November 7 and run throughout the UK and Europe.
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Lana Del Rey looks to have struck gold by opening the vaults of her unreleased music – with Say Yes To Heaven on track for this week’s highest new entry (6). If it maintains momentum it would be Lana’s first solo Top 10 single in the UK since Born To Die in 2012.
says The Sun. A rep for the royal later debunked the rumor stating “This is not true.”The source told the outlet that the room, which is close to the royal’s $15 million Montecito home, was viewed as “an escape place” by the 38-year-old prince.
Despite some heavy competition throughout the week, Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding manage to pip Loreen to the post, claiming Number 1 for a sixth non-consecutive week.
Eurovision 2023 winner Loreen and her banger Tattoo have moved one step closer to Official Chart domination - creeping up today to outpeak Euphoria and even potentially challenge for Number 1, the Official Charts Company can confirm.
After storming into Number 1 last week with the fastest-selling album of 2023 so far, Ed Sheeran isn’t going anywhere, with Subtract looking to spend a second week at the top of the Official Albums Chart.
royal surprise as King Charles III and Queen Camilla made a guest appearance on the show the day after the coronation. The royal couple appeared alongside judges Katy Perry and Lionel Richie after they attended the royal festivities and performed at the King’s Coronation Concert last weekend.
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Following an admittedly disappointing result at last night’s Eurovision Song Contest, the UK has got behind our entry, with Mae Muller’s I Wrote A Song heading for the Top 10 for the first time.
It’s another Miracle on the Official Singles Chart, as Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding settle in for a fifth week at Number 1.
Jimmie Allen and wife Alexis Gale have officially filed for divorce, just weeks after announcing their separation.In the court docs, obtained by ET, both Allen and Gale filed for divorce on April 28, which they also listed as their date of separation.
Even though Prince Harry only stayed in England for roughly 24 hours for the coronation, he made sure to carve out some time to catch up with one family member during his brief visit.
Prince William “couldn’t walk for a week” after playing football, ex-England striker Luther Blissett has revealed. The Prince of Wales, 40, discussed his footballing exploits with the former Watford player as he handed out honours at Windsor Castle on Wednesday. Blissett, who was one of the most prominent black English footballers in the 1970s and 80s and the first black footballer to score a hat-trick for England, received an OBE for his services to the sport and for his charity work.The 65 year old, discussing what he and William spoke about during the ceremony, said: “We had just a couple of little words.