Ava Max, LadBaby and Ariana Grande In Close Race For U.Okay. Christmas No. 1

Ava Max, LadBaby and Ariana Grande In Close Race For U.Okay. Christmas No. 1


The race to the coveted U.Okay. Christmas No. 1 is heating up as 1,500 mixed models separate the highest three singles on the midweek stage.  

Ava Max’s “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic) takes prime spot on the Official Singles Chart Update with 17,732  mixed gross sales and streams, and a slender lead over its nearest rival, in accordance with the Official Charts Company.

YouTube sensation LadBaby (Mark and Roxanne Hoyle) snags second place (16,754 models) with “We Built This City …on Sausage Rolls” (Frtyfve) a fundraising parody of Starship’s 1985 hit “We Built This City," 
Profits from the Christmas launch helps U.Okay. foodbank charity The Trussell Trust.    

Meanwhile, Ariana Grande locks up third and fourth spots on the midweek survey with “Thank U, Next” (16,246 models Republic) and her new launch “Imagine” (12,922 gross sales), whereas Mariah Carey’s holidays traditional “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (11,998 models Columbia) completes the highest 5.

Two extra Christmas requirements impression the highest 10 on the midway stage of the chart week, Wham’s “Last Christmas” (RCA) at No. eight and The Pogues’ “Fairytale Of New York” (Warner Bros) that includes Kirsty MacColl at No. 9.

On the midweek albums tally, the Greatest Showman soundtrack holds onto prime spot (24,888 models Atlantic), forward of Bruce Springsteen’s Springsteen On Broadway (23,094 models Columbia) and Michael Bubl’s Love (21,419 models Reprise).

The U.Okay.'s Christmas charts shall be printed late Friday, native time.