Taylor Swift has hit the top spot twice on this week's Official Irish Charts following the release of Red (Taylor’s Version).

The latest in the US star's re-releases of her back-catalogue has earned her a seventh Number 1 in Ireland, extending her stature as the woman with the most chart-topping albums in the country this millennium.

The original version of Red also topped the charts upon its release in October 2012.

Swift beat out tough competition from Little Mix this week, who took second place with their greatest hits album Between Us, their seventh consecutive Top 10 record.

Last week’s chart-toppers Abba slip to Number 3 with Voyage, while Ed Sheeran's = is at Number 4 and Silk Sonic (aka Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak) enter at Number 5 with their collaborative album An Evening With Silk Sonic.

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Swift celebrates a chart double as All Too Well (Taylor's Version) enters at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

The track from Red (Taylor’s Version) becomes her second chart-topper in Ireland after Look What You Made Me Do in 2017 and dethrones Adele’s Easy On Me, which drops to 2.

It leads three new Top 10 entries from the star this week – State Of Grace (Taylor's Version) is new at 7 and Red (Taylor’s Version) lands at 9.

Elton John and Dua Lipa's Cold Heart drops to 3, while Ed Sheeran's Shivers and Anxiety, Willow and Tyler Cole's Meet Me At Our Spot round out the top 5 in fourth and fifth position respectively.

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On the Official Irish Homegrown Chart, Westlife extend their run at Number 1 with Starlight, Shane Codd retains the second spot with It Ain't Right and Gavin James is still in third with Greatest Hits.

Lyra gains a spot with Lose My Mind in fourth position, while The Script's I Want It All moves up a spot to fifth.

Ronan Keating claims the highest new entry in the Homegrown Top 20 at Number 9 with The Blower's Daughter – his rendition of the Damien Rice classic taken from his new album Songs From Home.

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Elsewhere, Irish drill collective D15, E1, Tuggz, Hooz and Trigz are at Number 10 with Get Back, and Irish icon Christy Moore places at Number 15 with Johnny Boy.

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