Ava Max Lands U.Okay.&#zero39;s Last No. 1 Single of 2018 With &#zero39;Sweet But Psycho&#zero39;

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Ava Max's assortment of No. 1s throughout Europe with “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic/Warner Music) now extends to the U.Okay. The U.S. singer strikes 2-1 on the Official Charts Company's final survey of 2018, whereas The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) lands a 24th non-consecutive week atop the album chart.

Max missed out on the coveted Christmas No. 1 spot final week, however mixed models of 65,000 now take “Psycho” to the highest. Mariah Carey's “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (Columbia/Sony) is up Four-2, repeating each the place it achieved a 12 months in the past, and the height of its first launch in 1994. The festive perennial got here extraordinarily shut to creating the summit for the primary time, ending simply 152 mixed models behind Ava Max. But “Christmas” units a brand new streaming report, with 15.Three million weekly performs.

Christmas favorites dominate the highest 5, with Wham!'s “Last Christmas” (RCA/Sony) up 7-Three and “Fairytale of New York” (Warner Bros./Warner Music) by The Pogues that includes Kirsty MacColl bouncing again 11-Four. Ariana Grande's former No. 1 “Thank U, Next” (Republic/ Universal) falls Three-5.

In a prime 40 that includes an astonishing 25 Christmas titles, Michael BublĂ©'s “It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” (Reprise/Warner Music) and Elton John's “Step Into Christmas” (Mercury/Universal) each make the highest ten for the primary time ever, climbing 16-7 and 18-10 respectively.

The Greatest Showman now has extra mixture weeks at No. 1 within the U.Okay. than any album this century, overtaking Adele's 21, which accrued 23 weeks on prime between February 2011 and April 2012. The soundtrack album added one other 61,000 mixed models over the chart week.

George Ezra's Staying at Tamara's (Columbia/Sony) is up Three-2 and Unchained Melodies (Sony Music CG) by Roy Orbison with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra climbs Four-Three. BublĂ© has consecutive album chart appearances with Love (down 2-Four) and Christmas (up 9-5). Olly Murs' You Know I Know (RCA/Sony) rises once more, 10-7, as do the A Star Is Born forged recording (Interscope/Universal), 11-Eight, and Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/Universal), 12-9.