- 12 Aug 22
Harry Styles beats out Beyoncé for top spot on the Official Irish Album Chart, while Westlife make a reappearance on the charts ahead of their Cork gigs this weekend.
The Tik-Tok star today released a duet version of this single with X-Factor songstress Ella Henderson, who Ducrot will be opening for on her upcoming UK tour.
The Cork native landed in the top 10 Official Irish Single Charts for the first time last week with his latest heartbreaking single, after the announcement of his debut headline UK and Ireland tour. The tour will take Ducrot across Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol, Birmingham, Dublin, Limerick and Cork, in addition to his previously announced Lafayette, London show on September 20 – which sold out in less than twenty four hours.
Beyoncé has held onto the number one spot on the singles charts again this week, with the lead single 'BREAK MY SOUL' from her latest album RENAISSANCE. However, on the album chart, Queen Bee has been over-taken by UK heartbreaker Harry Styles as he reclaims number one position with Harry's House.
Elsewhere in the charts, a massive climber this week at number three, 'B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)' by Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal enjoys a massive jump of 23 places into the top five, after a week of incredible success.
Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill' has dropped to number 17 in the singles chart, as the success that 'Stranger Things' brought to the track again, is starting to wear off.
The highest new entry of the week in the album chart comes from Eminem, with his second greatest hits collection, Curtain Call 2 coming in hot at number eight. Calvin Harris' Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 also makes a Top 50 debut further down the chart at number 23.
Finally, another Irish entry - Westlife are back in the Top 50 Official Irish Album Charts with Greatest Hits (number 21) and Wild Dreams (number 40), as they take on two nights at Cork’s Páirc Uí Chaoimh this weekend.
- Film & TV
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