The summer of Sabrina Carpenter continues to heat up

Sabrina Carpenter’s scorching summer shows no signs of cooling as she nears her second UK No. 1 this year with “Please Please Please,” per Based on sales and streaming data from the Official Charts Company, the US singer and actor is expected to claim the top spot, achieving a rare 1-2 punch. Her breakthrough hit, “Espresso,” which dominated the national tally for five weeks, is projected to hold strong at No. 2.

Eminem’s latest release, “Houdini,” which last week became his longest-reigning single with a two-week stint at No. 1, is anticipated to dip to No. 3, completing the chart podium.

Meanwhile, Myles Smith’s UK breakthrough single “Stargazing” is tracking for its highest peak yet, expected to climb one spot to No. 6.

As Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour captivates audiences across the UK, her music sees a resurgence on the charts. Her track “Fortnight,” featuring Post Malone, is poised to re-enter the top tier at No. 10, with “Cruel Summer” following closely behind at No. 13. Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, is leading the Official Albums Chart Update, aiming for her seventh UK chart crown, just over 1,100 chart units ahead of Billie Eilish’s former No. 1, Hit Me Hard And Soft.

The highest new entry on the forthcoming albums chart is expected from Paul McCartney & Wings with One Hand Clapping, a collection of previously unreleased works from 1973, debuting at No. 3. Other notable entries include English indie-rock band Sea Girls with Midnight Butterflies (No. 4), Fred again..’s USB (soaring 171 places to No. 6), the late David Bowie’s posthumous boxed set Rock ‘n’ Roll Star! (No. 7), and US country star Luke Combs with Fathers & Sons (No. 8).

The Official U.K. Charts will be unveiled on Friday, June 21.


  • Featured image: Sabrina Carpenter/Bryce Anderson
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