Soundtrack The Greatest Showman matches Ed Sheeran’s chart run

Soundtrack The Greatest Showman matches Ed Sheeran’s chart run

Soundtrack The Greatest Showman has matched Ed Sheeran’s chart run for Divide.

The album, from the Hugh Jackson film, has notched up another week at the top of the Official Albums Chart.

It shares, with Divide, the title for the second-longest unbroken run at Number One of the last 20 years, the Official Charts Company said.

The collection is at the top for a ninth week.

Adele’s 21 holds the longest consecutive reign at Number One from the past two decades, with 11 weeks at the top.

Adele (Yui Mok/PA)
Adele (Yui Mok/PA)

It comes after This Is Me, from The Greatest Showman album, missed out on the Oscar for music (original song).

In the singles chart, Drake’s God’s Plan is at the top for a seventh consecutive week.

Drake (Ian West/PA)
Drake (Ian West/PA)

It is followed by Rudimental’s These Days and  Dua Lipa’s Idgaf.

Official Albums Chart Top Five

1. The Greatest Showman

2. A Real Labour Of Love, UB40 featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey

3. Divide, Ed Sheeran

4. Dua Lipa, Dua Lipa

5. Love Is A Basic Need, Embrace

Official Singles Chart Top Five

1. God’s Plan, Drake

2. These Days, Rudimental featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen

3. Idgaf, Dua Lipa

4. Feel It Still, Portugal The Man

5. Friends, Marshmello and Anne-Marie

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