- 30 Nov 18
Ariana holds onto her crown as queen of the singles charts, while Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper fend off competition from Take That...
Ariana Grande’s grip on the Number 1 spot remains steady this week as her ode to her exes 'Thank u, Next' spends a fourth week at the top of the Official Singles Charts, beating out Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's 'Shallow' four weeks ago.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper have stopped the likes of Queen, Little Mix, Gavin James, Michael Buble, Nathan Carter, Mumford & Sons and Twenty One Pilots in their reign at Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart, and this week the pair add Take That to that list.
The soundtrack to the Oscar-tipped film was the best-selling album on all formats from the past seven days, and secures its eighth week at the top.
Billie Eilish continues to prove herself Ireland's latest streaming sensation with 'When The Party'’s Over' reaching Number 7. She claims a further two new entries as 'Come Out And Play' and 'Bellyache' claim number 21 and 39 respectively.
Irish talent also continues to rank highly with Gavin James’ Only Ticket Home returning to the Top 10 at Number 9, plus Kodaline's The Politics of Living rising to Number 12.