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A STARRING ROLE
FOR SIR LUCIAN
Vine Street's a fine street for a celebration. (1/23a)
GRAMMY'S 44 MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE
Behind the scenes at the Recording Academy (1/23a)
PARTY CENTRAL: YOUR GUIDE TO GRAMMY-WEEK GATHERINGS
Is that another open bar? (1/22a)
TOP 20: THREE
BIG BOWS
Em, Halsey and Mac make the scene. (1/23a)
GIVE THE DRUMMER SOME? AEROSMITH SAYS NO (UPDATE)
As if there weren't already enough drama... (1/23a)
OSCARS
More awards-season madness.
SUPERSTAR DROPS
Who's next?
THE GRAMMY SHOW
The lineup grows.
POLITCS
Oy vey.
Blighty Beat
U.K. MIDWEEKS: HAPPINESS IS...
6/10/19

Four new entries look set to land in the U.K.’s Official Albums Top 5 this week, with Jonas Brothers leading the way at #2, followed by The Divine Comedy, MoStack and a posthumous album from Avicii. Over on singles, Lil Nas X has reclaimed the top spot.

Lewis Capaldi is on course to claim a fourth week at the top with Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (Virgin EMI) leading the pack by 1.3k combined sales. Should he hold onto his lead, Capaldi will be the first artist to spend four weeks at the top this year.

Jonas Brothers are the closest competition with Happiness Begins (Polydor) starting at #2. Northern Irish group The Divine Comedy are on course for a new peak at #3 with their self-released 12th studio album, Office Politics.

The debut from London MC MoStack, Stacko (Virgin EMI), is heading for #4, while Avicii’s Tim (Positiva), starts at #5.

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