Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Dominates Australia's Singles Chart For Third Week

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Ariana Grande enters week three atop Australia’s singles chart with “Thank U, Next” (Universal) whereas Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s soundtrack to A Star Is Born (Interscope/Universal) dominates the nationwide albums survey for a sixth consecutive week.

Grande’s newest hit is now gold-certified (35,000 models) Down Under and may get pleasure from one other spurt after the discharge of its official music video, which destroyed the first-day viewing data on YouTube and Vevo platforms late final week.

Gaga and Cooper’s former No. 1 “Shallow” (Interscope/Universal) holds at No. 2 whereas George Ezra sees a slight acquire after his efficiency eventually Wednesday’s ARIA Awards, together with his triple-platinum hit “Shotgun” (Columbia/Sony) bettering Four-Three.

Another ARIAs visitor, Rita Ora, noticed her single “Let You Love Me” (EastWest/Warner) rise on the chart after her stint on stage on the recording trade’s flagship awards. The track climbs 12-Eight to change into her fourth high ten end result and first since “I Will Never Let You Down” reached No. 5 again in April 2014. It's lifted from the British singer’s sophomore album Phoenix, which flies in at No. 15 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week. 

Staying on the ARIA Singles Chart, Ava Max’s “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic/Warner) vaults 22-13, a brand new excessive in its fifth week on the survey, whereas U.S. wunderkind Billie Eilish scores the week’s highest debut with “Come Out And Play” (Interscope/Universal), new at No. 23. It’s her fourth single to influence the Australian chart this yr after “Lovely” (No. 5), “You Should See Me In A Crown” (No. 47) and “When The Party’s Over” (No. 10).

With A Star Is Born nonetheless shining on the summit of the albums chart, a trio of Queen albums influence the highest 5: the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack (up Three-2 Virgin/Universal), Greatest Hits (up 6-Three Universal) and The Platinum Collection (up 7-5 Universal). 

Award-winning homegrown singer and songwriter Missy Higgins bows at No. 7 along with her profession retrospective The Special Ones (Eleven/EMI), whereas one other main girl, Amy Shark, sees an enormous surge for her debut album, Love Monster (Wonderlick/Sony). Shark, who gained 4 classes on the ARIA Awards, together with album of the yr, sees the previous chart-topper leap 25-12.