It's One Whole Month At Number 1 For Miley Cyrus' 'Flowers'
12 February 2023, 18:49
Miley Cyrus' 'Flowers' is continuing it's reign at the top of the UK charts. The smash hit is now Miley's longest running consecutive Number 1 on The Big Top 40, beating Miley's 2020 anthem 'Midnight Sky'. Congratulations Miley! Check out the full Top 10 below:
P!NK's 'TRUSTFALL' is slowly making it's way to the top, up one place this week to a new peak of Number 2. This is P!NK's highest charting solo single since 2019's 'Walk Me Home', can P!NK add another trophy to her long list?
Elsewhere in the Top 10, last week's guest Mimi Webb reaches a new peak of Number 3. This is Mimi's highest ever charting single, surpassing the peak she set with last year's 'House on Fire', reaching Number 4. Can Mimi manifest her first ever Number 1, in the same way she manifested her BRIT award nomination? Check out the clip below!
One of this week's guests was Anne-Marie, who's new single 'SAD' entered the chart at Number 7. Anne-Marie discussed with Will that after the string of sad piano ballads that Lewis Capaldi and Adele was releasing, she thought she "can't do that", and decided to make the upbeat anthem 'SAD'.
We don't just love the sounds Anne-Marie makes in her music, we also can't help but love the Anne-Marie-isms makes in her interviews. Check out the clip below of the best and weirdest Anne-Marie noises.
Tom Grennan also popped into the studio this week to chat about his new single 'Here', cruising in the Top 20 at Number 18 this week. The energy was definitely unmatched.
Following his historic win at the BRITs, Harry Styles was this week's highest climber - climbing 21 to Number 5 with 'As It Was'.
New entries included Jax Jones & Calum Scott's new collaboration 'Whistle', storming into the chart at Number 14, as well as Nathan Dawe & Bruce's 'Oh Baby' (feat. bshp & Issey Cross), new at Number 16. LINKIN PARK's new single is straight into the Top 40, 'Lost' is at Number 26 and marks LINKIN PARK's first entry since 2017!
Can Miley make it a fifth week at Number 1? Listen in next Sunday from 4pm!