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Dua Lipa gets "Physical," replacing herself at #1 and holding down the top two spots

After a record-setting 13 weeks holding down the #1 spot on the Crown 100, Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" concedes the throne...to another Dua Lipa song from upcoming album Future Nostalgia, "Physical." The single vaults 27 spots from last week's Crown 100 debut, though still dwarfed by the previous 68–1 leap to the pole position taken by "Don't Start Now" in its second week. "Physical" lands with a whopping 466,000 points, enough to keep "Don't Start Now" at #2 despite it seeing a more than 50,000-point increase of its own. That leaves The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights," even with a 30,000-point gain, in a distant third.

Dropping a spot to #4 as a result of "Physical" ascending, Halsey's "You should be sad" is nearly steady in points. Roddy Ricch's "The Box" closes out the top five. Billie Eilish's "everything i wanted" also slides one position to #6 after reaching the top five last week. Rising two spots and 22,000 points is Harry Styles's "Adore You." Red Velvet's "Psycho" and Selena Gomez's "Lose You To Love Me" each drop by two, while Post Malone's "Circles" loses ground just by one spot to land at #10.

Doja Cat continues to make her way toward the top ten with two tracks, as "Say So" climbs 15–11 and Birds of Prey's "Boss Bitch" jumps 20–13. "Say So" is outside the top ten by just over 2,000 points and could close the gap next week. Further down the teens, SF9's "Good Guy" becomes the K-pop group's first top-twenty hit at #18. Dua Lipa's "Future Nostalgia" rejoins the top 20 at #19, while Taylor Swift sees the week's highest debut with "Only The Young," her politically-inclined standalone release accompanying Netflix documentary Miss Americana.

Meghan Trainor sees a triumphant return just in time for the release of her new album Treat Myself, as Nicki Minaj-featuring single "Nice To Meet Ya" debuts at #27. Minaj also appears on one of the week's biggest movers alongside Karol G, whose "Tusa" is up 34 to #35.

The 1975 sees the week's biggest jump with "Me & You Together Song," which rockets up half the chart, going 96–46. Behind them, ZICO's "Any song" jumps by 40 to #53 after last week's debut.

The longest-running song on the chart, "Someone You Loved" by Lewis Capaldi, jumps 19 to #65 in its 51st week, just a week away from reaching a full year on the Crown 100. It peaked at #10 for a single week in November.

Shout-out to the K-pop fans who apparently also really like years-old Adele and soundtrack songs by Honor Society and Ellie Goulding. shrug

Additional debuts this week:

  • Golden Child – "Without You" (#60)
  • Honor Society – "Where Are You Now" (#61)
  • Lil Nas X f/Nas – "Rodeo" (#73)
  • Saweetie & GALXARA – "Sway With Me" (#74)
  • Kesha – "Tonight" (#75)
  • Ellie Goulding – "Love Me Like You Do" (#76)
  • BROCKHAMPTON – "SUGAR" (#88, re-entry)
  • Regard – "Ride It" (#91, re-entry)
  • Alicia Keys – "Underdog" (#93)
  • Gabby Barrett – "I Hope" (#94)
  • Taylor Swift – "Cruel Summer" (#96, re-entry)
  • White Reaper – "Might Be Right" (#99)
  • blackbear – "me & ur ghost" (#100)
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I love reading the Crown 100 writeups, though I'm confused about LMLYD & Hello charting?? I'm trying to figure out why they'd gain momentum but I can't think of anything

There's a group of members that seem to keep similar charts, and they're all apparently into "Hello" and "Love Me Like You Do" right now. I don't know! Seems to be within the rules, though (vs. a group of people a year or so who all had the exact same chart).