Cilla Black set to re-enter the Official Charts

The singer and showbiz legend is heading back to the Official Charts this week following news of her death.

Following the death of showbiz legend Cilla Black, the singer’s breakthrough track Anyone Who Had A Heart has re-entered the midweek Official Singles Chart Top 100.

The Burt Bacharach and Hal David-penned classic topped the Official Singles Chart in 1964 where it spent three weeks at Number 1 and went on to become the biggest selling female single of the 1960s.

Anyone Who Had A Heart is currently at Number 91 today based on sales and audio streams up to midnight last night, and is expected to climb further throughout this week. 

The 2014 ITV drama Cilla, based on the singer's life starring Sheridan Smith also saw Anyone Who Had a Heart return to the charts, reaching Number 47.

Cilla scored 19 UK Top 40 singles in total across her career, of which 11 went Top 10, including another Number 1 with You’re My World.

MORE: View Cilla Black’s full Official Chart history here

And finally, Cilla Black’s The Very Best Of (68) re-enters the midweek Official Album Chart Top 100 as fans pay tribute by remembering her hits.

The final Official Chart Top 100s will be revealed this Friday at their new time of 6pm, with the Top 40 being counted down on BBC Radio 1 from 4pm.

Watch Cilla perform Anyone Who Had A Heart below: 

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