Highest entry on the U.K. Singles Chart is expected for Taylor Swift’s “All The Girls”

It is reported that "Miracle" by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding is competing with Miley Cyrus' "Flowers” for second position.

Last Friday (March 17),  American pop icon Taylor Swift unveiled a number of new songs, among them “All The Ladies You Loved Before,” a previously unheard song that didn’t make the final cut of 2019’s Lover LP.

According to the first chart blast of the week from the Official Charts Company, “All The Girls” is on course to have the highest debut of the week at No. 7, which would be Swift’s 22nd entry in the top 10.

BTS member Jimin (Set Me Free – Part 2), Irish singer-songwriter Hozier (Eat Your Young), and Lewis Capaldi with his emotive new single, taken from his upcoming Netflix documentary of the same name (How I’m Feeling Now), are among the other new additions to this week’s Official Trending List.

Only a few shows into her much anticipated Eras Tour, Taylor Swift has the internet buzzing with rumours about the unique, surprise song she’ll play each night.

The Eras Tour began in Glendale, Arizona on March 17 and 18, and Taylor surprised the audience with four new songs.

She sang Mirrorball, a shining highlight from Folklore, on the first night of the tour, then gave the crowd the ultimate flashback by singing Tim McGraw acoustically.

On the second night at Glendale, Taylor sang another folk song, the somber This Is Me Trying, and Red’s stadium-rock opener, State Of Grace.

The UK dates for her Eras tour are yet to be announced.

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