Official Irish Singles Chart: Billie Eilish claims three places in the Top 10

Lewis Capaldi registers a sixth week at Number 1, and Westlife's Better Man makes its debut.

Billie Eilish's Bad Guy is making waves as this week’s highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles Chart as her debut album goes straight to Number 1.

Billie's most popular new album track lands at Number 2 following the album’s release, while Bury A Friend climbs five to Number 5 and Wish You Were Gay leaps 15 spots to Number 6, a new peak for the song.

Lewis Capaldi remains at Number 1 for a sixth week with Someone You Loved and also posts three singles in the Top 50 this week with Grace hopping seven places to Number 9, and Tough which enters the Top 50 for the first time after zooming 36 places to Number 39.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, Westlife’s Better Man, their second single since announcing their comeback last October, debuts at Number 8 giving them their 27th Top 10 hit. Lil Nas X gallops 21 spaces to 15 with his viral country-rap hit Old Town Road.

There are also new peaks for Alec Benjamin with Let Me Down Slowly (18), Ava Max’s So Am I (21) and Modern Love by Picture This (23).

Ariana Grande & Victoria Monet’s new single Monopoly debuts at Number 28 after only being released on Monday; Jax Jones’ new collab with Martin Solveig and Madison Beer All Day And Night enters at Number 38.

Finally, rising dance hit Piece Of Your Heart by Meduza ft. Goodboys flies 28 spots to 46, and Martin Jensen & James Arthur’s Nobody lands in the Top 50 for the first time at Number 47.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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