Jess Glynne held off strong competition from Nick Jonas & Stevie McCrorie to keep her number 1 crown for a 3rd week, but there are a lot of movers and new entries this week. Who will be number 1? Over on the album chart, All Time Low scored the best seller last Sunday, but who will be this week's best seller?
Originally due for release in May, this song has been brought forward with the release today from OMI. This is the infectious "Cheerleader".
Going back 23 years this week to 1992, with a classic ballad from Sophie B Hawkins.
Holding on to the number 1 spot last week was Jess Glynne, but during the mid-week chart, it was announced that the latest winner of The Voice UK, Stevie McCrorie was leading the way, holding off a still challenge from Nick Jonas. Who's gonna get that best selling song of the week?
Last Sunday, The Prodigy knocked James Bay off the number 1 spot with their 6th UK Number 1 album. On Wednesday though All Time Low were leading the way with their debut album, and following a stunning performance on the final of the UK version of The Voice, Sia is also shifting loads of copies of her album. Who will make it to number 1 today.
Here are this week's New & Re-Entries in the UK Top 100.
So Jess Glynne managed to keep Ed Sheeran & Rudimental off the top spot to claim a 2nd week at number 1, but there are lots of new entries this week so anybody could be number 1. Over on the album chart, The Prodigy claimed their 6th UK number 1 album, can they make it 2 weeks?
Mark Ronson & Mystikal are today's featured artist in the New Releases post.
Going back 32 years today, for a classic song from The Thompson Twins.
Last Sunday saw Jesse Glynne scored her 1st UK solo number 1 song, but Ed Sheeran who has teamed up with Rudimental want to clear her off that best selling position. Who is going to collect the best selling song this week?