Eurovision 2023 champ Loreen with Sweden's winning song Tattoo have moved one step closer to Official Chart domination - creeping up today to out-peak Euphoria midweek and even potentially challenge for Number 1, the Official Charts Company can confirm.
With just one full day of tracking left to go, the Swedish pop deity has jumped up to Number 2, meaning that Tattoo could become Loreen's highest-charting single in the UK yet - she previously peaked at Number 3 in 2012 with Euphoria, the decade-defining smash that previously saw her take the Eurovision trophy that year.
Now the first woman (and only the second person ever, after Ireland's Johnny Logan) to win Eurovision twice, Tattoo is in with a chance of knocking off Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding's Miracle from Number 1, becoming their only challenger as we move into the final 12 hours of tracking.
It certainly looks like tomorrow will see a veritable Eurovision takeover on the Official Chart - with four entries currently on track to enter the Top 10, lead, of course, by Loreen.
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Following her lead is chaotic Finnish upstart Käärijä with the manic and inspired Cha Cha Cha, which could make its Official Chart debut at Number 7.
Not far behind is the UKs very own Mae Muller, still riding the wave of public support and still in with a huge shot of scoring her first-ever UK Top 10 single with I Wrote A Song, which is currently expected to be this week's big gainer, and rise to Number 9.
If you want to throw your support behind Mae and see her go even higher, you have until 12am BST tonight to stream, buy or download I Wrote A Song.
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Norway's Alessandra could be our final Eurovision finalist to make the Top 10 tomorrow, with the Lady Gaga-esque Queen of Kings expected to bow at Number 10.
Following his inspired performance at the Grand Final, last year's Eurovision hero Sam Ryder could also make a massive impact with his new single Mountain, looking to become his second career entry in the Official Singles Chart Top 40 (26).
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Find out where all the tracks land on this Friday's Official Singles Chart, broadcast live on BBC Radio 1's The Official Chart from 4PM and right here at OfficialCharts.com.
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