Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper return to #1 with Shallow
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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper return to #1 with Shallow

March 2, 2019

Moves for Sam Smith, Normani, Hilltop Hoods and more!

Following its Academy Award win for Best Original song, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s ‘Shallow’ returns to #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a fourth week. The track previously spent three straight weeks in the top spot in October/November 2018. In the 15 weeks between appearances at #1, ‘Shallow’ dropped as low as #11. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper performed the track from A Star Is Born (#1 Oct. ’18) at the Oscars ceremony, held in Los Angeles on Sunday. It has also won a Golden Globe and two Grammys.
 
In its sixth week in the Top Ten, Sam Smith and Normani’s duet ‘Dancing With A Stranger’ moves up two spots to claim a new peak at #6.
 
Moving one spot to #8, Khalid’s ‘Talk’ takes out another new peak.
 
As the Hilltop Hoods claim their sixth #1 album, current single ‘Leave Me Lonely’ climbs eight spots to a score a new peak at #11. Further down the chart, the trio debut at #44 this week with ‘Exit Sign’.
 
Three weeks into its chart run, The Chainsmokers’ 5 Seconds of Summer collaboration ‘Who Do You Love’ hits another new peak, jumping up five spots to #13.
 
This week’s Singles Chart also sees new peaks for Dominic Fike’s ‘3 Nights’ (#18), Yungblud & Halsey’s ’11 Minutes’ (#23), Zedd & Katy Perry’s ‘365’ (#38) and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s ‘Look Back At It’ (#41).

Debuts:

#12: P!nk ‘Walk Me Home’ – American star P!nk picks up the week’s highest debut with ‘Walk Me Home’. It’s the first single released from her forthcoming eighth album, Hurts 2B Human, the follow-up to Beautiful Trauma (#1 Oct. ’17), which is set for release in April.
 
#44: Hilltop Hoods ‘Exit Signs’ – As they hit #1 on the Albums Chart with The Great Expanse, Adelaide’s Hilltop Hoods pick up a new entry on the Singles Chart. ‘Exit Signs’ is the third track form the album to chart after ‘Clark Griswold’ (#48 Jul. ‘18) and ‘Leave Me Lonely’ (#11 Mar. ‘19) and includes appearances by Illy and Ecca Vandal.