Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Do the U.Okay. Chart Double

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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper rating a U.Okay. chart double, climbing Four-1 on the singles countdown with “Shallow” and returning 2-1 on the album survey with Interscope/Universal's mum or dad soundtrack A Star Is Born.

“Shallow” is Gaga's fifth No. 1 single within the territory and first for greater than eight years, since “Telephone” that includes Beyoncé spent two weeks on the summit. It's additionally the third time she had achieved the double victory, after “Poker Face” and The Fame did it in 2009 and “Telephone” and The Fame Monster in 2010. The Official Charts Company studies that Cooper is the primary Hollywood actor to prime the U.Okay. singles chart since Nicole Kidman did so with Robbie Williams on 2001's “Somethin' Stupid.”

The Gaga/Cooper monitor finishes the week some 1,200 mixed models forward of final week's No. 1, “Promises” (Columbia/Sony) by Calvin Harris and Sam Smith. Another former chart chief, Dave's “Funky Friday” (Dave Neighbourhood), that includes Fredo, falls 2-Three, as “Happier” by Marshmello & Bastille (Positiva/Universal) dips Three-Four. Rita Ora's “Let You Love Me” (Atlantic/Warner) strikes again 6-5. 

Post Malone secures a 3rd U.Okay. prime ten single as “Sunflower” (Republic/Universal), that includes Swae Lee, arrives at No. 7. “Zeze” (Atlantic/Warner Music) by Kodak Black, Travis Scott and Offset climbs 11-Eight. 

Soundtracks once more maintain sway within the album market, with A Star Is Born adopted by The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner), which rises Three-2. Last week's new entry on the prime, Jess Glynne's Always In Between (Atlantic/Warner Music), falls to No. Three. Richard Ashcroft has the week's highest new entry at No. Four with Natural Rebel (BMG) and Queen's soundtrack to the Bohemian Rhapsody biopic (Virgin/Universal) begins at No. 5, to grow to be their 24th U.Okay. prime 5 album. 

Disturbed enter at No. 7 with Evolution (Reprise/Warner), for a 3rd prime ten album, whereas the repackaged model of Dua Lipa's self-titled debut album, subtitled The Complete Edition, helps it bounce 56-9.