Bieber's Loving Himself at No1!


With no new entries into this week's Top 40 Singles, Justin Bieber takes hold of the top two positions with 'Love Yourself' at No1 and 'Sorry' at No2.

Dropping from her No1 spot last week, Adele's 'Hello' slips down one position to No3, only to be followed by Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean?' at No4. Finally finding herself in the Top 5 is Fleur East with her debut single 'Sax'. Big movers this week include Sigala and Bryn Christopher's 'Sweet Lovin'', moving from No40 last week to No7 this week. Similarly, Mariah Carey reenters the chart with her self-penned seasonal smash hit 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' at No9. New entries into this week's chart are twofold; Kygo Feat. Maty Noyes with their track 'Stay' entering at No59 and Major Lazer feat Nyla's 'Light It Up' at No85.

Moving over to the albums chart, we see a handful of new entries this week; Coldplay grabbing the No3 spot with their seventh studio album 'A Head Full Of Dreams' - a fantastic week one but unfortunately not well enough to unseat Adele from her No1 throne. With Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' holding onto last week's No2 position, One Direction are at No4 with their fifth studio album 'Made In The A.M.. Also gaining a few places to No5 this week is Elvis Presley and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's 'If I Can Dream'. Notable new entries into this week's Album Charts include Fleur East's debut album 'Love, Sax & Flashbacks' and Father Ray Kelly's seasonal 'An Irish Christmas Blessing' joining at No15 and No16 respectively. No24 sees Bruce Springsteen's Best Of, 'The Ties That Bind', with Troye Sivan's first studio album 'Blue Neighbourhood' making its debut at No30. Finally, making a comeback is veteran balladist Bette Midler entering at No74 with her latest album 'A Gift Of Love'.

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