🎶Four Eurovision 2023 entries enter the UK Top Ten Charts

🎶Four Eurovision 2023 entries enter the UK Top Ten Charts

After Eurovision 2023 took place in Liverpool, entries from this year’s competition has been streamed in their droves and have entered the UK Charts last week.

Loreen beats previous peak with Euphoria

To start things off last week’s UK Chart’s saw make history, as for the first time ever, four Eurovision entries have occupied the Top Ten last week. This year’s winner Loreen with “Tattoo” peaks at Number 2, beating her previous peak at Number 3 in 2012. Whilst, the UK’s Mae Muller with “I Wrote A Song” charted at Number 9, marking this the second consecutive year where the UK’s entry charted in the Top 10.

The Eurovision 2023 entries that have made the Top Ten on last week’s UK Charts are as follows:

2🇸🇪 SwedenLoreen“Tattoo”
6🇫🇮 FinlandKäärijä“Cha Cha Cha”
9🇬🇧 United KingdomMae Muller“I Wrote A Song”
10🇳🇴 NorwayAlessandra“Queen of Kings”

More countries entered the Top 100

In addition to the four Eurovision 2023 entries entering the Top Ten, eight more Eurovision 2023 entries also made the Top 100. The entries and their charting place are as follows:

45🇮🇱 IsraelNoa Kirel“Unicorn”
48🇦🇹 AustriaTeya & Salena“Who The Hell Is Edgar?”
56🇵🇱 PolandBlanka“Solo”
63🇧🇪 BelgiumGutsaph“Because of You”
79🇦🇺 AustraliaVoyager“Promise”
92🇨🇾 CyprusAndrew Lambrou“Break a Broken Heart”
94🇫🇷 FranceLa Zarra“Evidement”
95🇺🇦 UkraineTVORCHI“Heart of Steel

As well as the Eurovision 2023 representatives, Eurovision 2022 alumni Sam Ryder, who represented the United Kingdom in 2022 with “Space Man” also made an appearance in the chart, where his new single “Mountain”, which he performed at Liverpool charted at Number 35.

This week’s UK Official Charts will be revealed on Friday (May 26) on BBC Radio One at 16:00, to find out which of the entries made the Top 40 once again on the UK charts.

What do you think of the charting of Eurovision songs in the UK? Do you think that the chart success will continue this week? As always, let us know what you think by commenting down below. Also, be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok as we start preparing for Eurovision 2024!

News Source: Official Charts

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