Eurovision 2023 effect: Mae Muller, Loreen and more track for UK Top 40
Following last weekend's big Eurovision Song Contest grand final at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena, a host of entries are set to make their mark on the Official Singles Chart.
Currently leading the charge from this year's pack is the UK's Mae Muller who, despite a disappointing result at the contest (spoiler alert: we came second to last), could score her first-ever Top 10 single this week with I Wrote A Song.
The track, co-written by Mae, Karen Poole of Alisha's Attic and Lewis Thompson, currently tracks to climb 39 to reach a new peak of Number 6, having previously debuted at Number 30 upon its release in March.
Elsewhere, Swedish 2023 winner Loreen could see Tattoo become her second UK Top 10 hit (9). The first and only female ever to have taken home the Eurovision trophy twice, Loreen previously enjoyed success with 2012 entry Eurphoria (3).
Norway's Alessandra, who placed fifth in last weekend's show-stopping final, looks set to claim her first-ever UK Top 40 hit with Queen of Kings. The power ballad behemoth currently sits at Number 18 in today's update.
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And, finally, runner-up Käärijä of Finland could see the rather-ridiculous-but-oh-so-amazing Cha Cha Cha make its UK Top 40 debut this Friday, with the bonkers anthem currently tracking for a Number 21 debut.
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.