Taylor Swift claims second Number 1 single in Ireland with All Too Well (Taylor's Version)

All Too Well (Taylor's Version) leads three new Top 10 entries for Swift on this week's Official Irish Singles Chart.

Taylor Swift celebrates a chart double as All Too Well (Taylor’s Version) enters at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart - as Red (Taylor's Version) lands at the top of the albums Top 50. 

The track from Red (Taylor’s Version) becomes her second chart-topper in Ireland after Look What You Made Me Do in 2017 and dethrones Adele’s Easy On Me, which drops to 2.

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It leads three new Top 10 entries from the star this week – State Of Grace (Taylor’s Version) is new at 7 and Red (Taylor’s Version) lands at 9 – taking her tally of Irish Top 10s to an impressive 21.

Just outside the Top 10, Silk Sonic’s Smokin Out The Window vaults 22 places to Number 11, Sam Fender’s Seventeen Going Under leaps 16 spots to a new peak at 13, and the late Juice Wrld enters at 23 with posthumous track Already Dead.

Further down, there are new entries for rising star Tate McRae with Feel Like S**t (29), US singer-songwriter Gayle with ABCDEFU (33), Polo G’s Bad Man (Smooth Criminal) (37) and Little Mix’s No (41).

View this week's Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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