Sofie and Dagmar from the Danish Soda banker Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande from the u.s., starry sky.
It sounds like a popdrøm, but it is the reality on the Danish albums chart this week.
the 11-year-old Sofie and Dagmar stroked the way to the top in the children's MGP recently, and now jumps the plate with all finalesangene, indeed, from last week's third place all the way up as the number one.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's soundtrack to 'A Star Is Born' must yield first place to the kids. Succesfilmens songs have otherwise been the most popular album at home in eight weeks.
Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' fall from second place to third place.
Post Malones Danish fans have clearly warmed up to his sold-out concert at the Royal Arena the other day with rapperens music. Both texanerens album is now in the Top 10.
the Week's highest charting news is Hugo Helmigs debut album, 'Juvenile', which makes its entry in the 11. square. The singer was the night of Saturday detained by the police in Aarhus, denmark, in a kokainrus.
the Interest in Hugo Helmigs album is, however, not affected by the scandal, because the list factored in streaming and sales for the period Friday 1. march to Thursday 7. march.
Hozier goes directly in as number 1 in the US with 'Wasteland, Baby!', while Tom Walker's debut, 'What a Time to Be Alive,' roars into first place in the Uk. None of the two discs is in the Danish Top 40.
See the home album and the songs on the charts.dk
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's 'Shallow' is number 1 on the Danish singleliste for the seventh time.
Alphabeats comebacksingle, 'Shadows', misses the Top 40.
Ariana Grande's current album, 'Thank U, Next' has now spent four weeks in the Top 3 at home. Photo credit: Universal