Sunday chart predictions: One Direction, Rihanna, JLS
Published Nov 18 2011, 12:06 GMT | By Robert Copsey
Wednesday's chart update saw One Direction
on course to pick up their second number one single, while Snow Patrol had stormed to the top of the albums chart.
Ahead of Sunday's official chart announcement, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweek tally. The seemingly unstoppable Rihanna has stolen the lead from One Direction with 'We Found Love', pushing 'Gotta Be You' into second place. Can they reclaim the top spot by Sunday? Meanwhile, Flo Rida remains at three with 'Good Feeling', and Christina Perri's 'Jar of Hearts' is at number seven.Outside the top ten, The Saturdays dip from 12 to 13 with 'Heart Takes Over', Drake and Rihanna's 'Take Care' vaults 29 to 14, and Lady GaGa jumps 25 to 20 with 'Marry The Night'. Westlife slide from 20 to 26 with 'Lighthouse', and The Collective's Children in Need single 'Teardrop' enters at 35. On the album chart, JLS's Jukebox has stolen the lead from Snow Patrol's Fallen Empires.Michael Buble's Christmas is at three, and Drake's Take Care remains at four.Further down the chart, Pixie Lott's Young, Foolish, Happy is at 14, and Lady GaGa rises to 17 with Born This Way.
Next week's single releases include Olly Murs's 'Dance With Me Tonight', Will Young's 'Come On' and Rebecca Ferguson's 'Nothing's Real But Love'.
New releases for the album chart include Kate Bush with 50 Words for Snow
, One Direction's Up All Night
, Rihanna's Talk That Talk
and The Saturdays' On Your Radar
.Can any of them take the lead next week? Leave you comments in the box below: