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U.K. CHARTS: A WIN FOR GLYNNE
6/15/18

Jess Glynne has claimed her seventh #1 on the U.K. Official Singles Chart with “I’ll Be There”—one of three Top 3 entries from Warner label Atlantic, which also has the Official Albums #1 with The Greatest Showman. Elsewhere on albums, Jorja Smith is the highest new entry with her debut, Lost & Found (FAMM).

Glynne is followed by Clean Bandit f/Demi Lovato with "Solo," which takes second place just 898 combined sales behind, and “2002” by Anne-Marie finishes the week at #3.

Here’s a look how singles now chart in Blighty: The five #1s Glynne had from 2014 to 2016, both as a solo and featured artist, charted at #1 in their first or second week of release. Her sixth, “These Days,” took 10 weeks to climb to the top earlier this year, and “I’ll Be There” has done so during its sixth week of release.

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