Kylie Minogue heads back to the top of the charts
The singer is set to land her first chart-topper in nearly eight years.
Kylie Minogue is heading back to the top of the album charts.
The singer, 49, is set to land her first chart-topper in eight years with Golden.
Her last number one was the album Aphrodite, in 2010.
And Minogue is currently outperforming her nearest rival by nearly three to one.
Thirty Seconds To Mars are currently at number two with America, the Official Charts Company said.
And last week’s number one, The Greatest Showman soundtrack, falls two slots to number three.
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In the singles chart, The Voice UK 2018 champion Ruti Olajugbagbe is expected to land number one at the weekend with her winner’s single Dreams, the rendition of The Cranberries’ classic.
It is currently outperforming the new release by Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa, whose new collaboration One Kiss starts at number two.