Miley Cyrus' 'Flowers' Makes It 3 Weeks At Number 1

5 February 2023, 18:55

Miley Cyrus' 'Flowers' Is Number 3 For Third Week
Miley Cyrus' 'Flowers' Is Number 3 For Third Week. Picture: Getty/Press

By Owen Bush

Three weeks at the top for Miley Cyrus' smash lead single 'Flowers' from upcoming album 'Endless Summer Vacation'. This is Miley's second song to chart for three consecutive weeks at the top spot, sharing the title with 2020's 'Midnight Sky'.

Miley fought off competition from Sam Smith's 'I'm Not Here To Make Friends' and P!NK's 'TRUSTFALL', coming in at Number 2 and 3 respectively. Both are huge climbers, with Sam's second single from their latest album 'Gloria', up 19 places, and P!NK's titular song from upcoming album up 23 places. Could one of these songs make further gains to take the top spot from Miley next week?

Elsewhere in the top 10, KSI and Oliver Tree's new collaboration 'Voices' reaches a new peak of Number 6. This is KSI's 11th song in the Top 10, and Oliver Tree's joint highest placement on the chart, alongside last year's Robin Schulz' collaboration 'Miss You', which peaked at Number 6. Could the collaboration be a new achievement for the pair?

This week's Number 7, Mimi Webb, joined Will on the chart this week to celebrate the success of her latest single 'Red Flags' from debut album 'Amelia'.

But not one, but two pop queens joined Will on the chart this week. Rita Ora was another high climber this week, up 14 to Number 22 with her new single kicking off her new era 'You Only Love Me'.

Rita spoke to Will about her inspirations for the song, namely her new marriage to Oscar winning director Taika Waititi. Will tried to see if any of Rita's celebrity friends were invited, check out her response below!

New entries this week include Tom Grennan's 'Here', the latest anthemic track from his new album 'What Ifs & Maybes'. Zara Larsson has made a ferocious return to the chart, as energetic pop bop 'Can't Tame Her' enters at Number 17. This is Zara's first solo entry since 2019's 'Don't Worry Bout Me'.

The Kid LAROI hopes to replicate the success of last year's Justin Bieber collaboration 'Stay' with 'Love Again', entering at Number 24. Sam Smith continues to dominate the chart, as a third song from 'Gloria' enters the chart. 'Who We Love' featuring Ed Sheeran is new at Number 38, could this be a future Number 1 for Sam and Ed?