Eurovision 2023: Käärijä's Cha Cha Cha tracks for Top 10 as Loreen's Tattoo challenges David Kushner
Following last weekend's Eurovision Song Contest grand final at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena, runner-up Käärijä could claim his first-ever UK Top 10 single with arresting anthem Cha Cha Cha.
The track, which placed second in this year's contest behind Loreen's Tattoo, stands at Number 8 in today's latest chart update.
Elsewhere, Sweden's Loreen looks set to match her previous chart peak with 2023's winning tune Tattoo; possibly even surpassing it.
The Stockholm-born singer-songwriter's second Eurovision win, Tattoo currently tracks to equal the success of her first winning track as it eyes a Number 3 debut. Previously, Loreen reached the same position with ethereal Eurodance banger Euphoria back in 2021.
And with less than 30 chart units currently separating Loreen from closest competition David Kushner at Number 2 midweek, could Tattoo become her highest-charting track in the UK yet?
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The UK continues to get behind its 2023 representative Mae Muller, too. As it tops this week's Official Trending Chart, I Wrote A Song also looks set to break the Top 10 for the first time this week (7).
Finally, Norway's Alessandra, who placed fifth in the contest, could see female empowerment anthem Queen of Kings make an impressive Top 20 debut this Friday (12).
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.