Adele reclaims Number 1 on Official Irish Singles Chart with Easy On Me, scores two Top 5 entries

Adele goes into full domination mode on this week's Official Irish Charts.

As Adele celebrates landing the Official Irish Chart Double this week, Easy On Me reclaims the Number 1 spot for a fifth total week at the summit. Two more songs from 30 also land in the Top 5 – Oh My God at Number 3, and I Drink Wine at Number 5.

Behind Adele’s Top 5 domination, three songs climb into the Top 10 for the first time. Leading them is 17-year-old Nashville pop prodigy Gayle, who leaps 26 places to Number 7 with what is fast shaping up to be global breakthrough ABCDEFU.

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Close behind, Newcastle-born artist Sam Fender lifts four spots to Number 9 with Seventeen Going Under, his first Top 10 hit in Ireland, while dance favourite Where Are You Now by Lost Frequencies ft. Calum Scott rises four places to Number 10.

Another new dance smash, Do It To It by Acraze ft. Cherish, climbs 13 rungs to Number 11, while further down, there are big moves for Joel Corry’s I Wish ft. Mabel, up five places to 16, and Justin Bieber’s Ghost, rising eight spots to 19.

Two more new releases land in this week’s Top 50: D-Block Europe’s Overseas ft. Central Cee debuts at Number 33, while Anne-Marie & Niall Horan’s Everywhere – this year’s BBC Children In Need single – bows at Number 49.

Finally, three Christmas classics re-emerge on this week’s Official Irish Singles Chart, led by Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You at 24, Last Christmas by Wham! At 36, and The Pogue’s Fairytale Of New York ft. Kirsty MacColl at 43.

View this week's Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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