Fingers Crossed by Lauren Spencer-Smith is the most popular song in Ireland this week after hitting Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

The 18-year-old Canadian singer and songwriter's breakout hit enters Ireland’s Top 50 for the first time after receiving a mid-week release last week - and tops the chart in the process.

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The song’s success has been compared to Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License, which flew straight to the top of the charts internationally this time last year.

Fingers Crossed’s success means last week’s Number 1, abcdefu by Gayle, is pushed to Number 2, with just 300 chart sales between the Top 2.

Meanwhile, following the release of his new album Dawn FM, The Weeknd scores three tracks in this week’s Top 20; Sacrifice which flies straight in at Number 5, Take My Breath which re-enters the chart at Number 11, and Gasoline at Number 16.

Outside of the Top 10, Surface Pressure by Jessica Darrow - from Disney’s Encanto - climbs four to Number 12, and Dublin collective Belters Only leap 19 places with Make Me Feel Good ft. Jazzy.

Singer-songwriter David Kushner debuts at Number 19 with Miserable Man, which was released in full on January 7 after going viral on TikTok.

Official Irish Singles Chart Top 5

68 (last week) 1 Fingers Crossed - Lauren Spencer-Smith (Lauren Spencer-Smith)

1 2 abcdefu - Gayle (Atlantic)

2 3 Easy On Me - Adele (Columbia)

4 4 We Don't Talk About Bruno - Gaitan/Castillo/Adassa/Feliz (Walt Disney)

New 5 Sacrifice - The Weeknd (Republic Records/Xo)

On the Official Irish Albums Chart, despite not releasing any physical product for the album, The Weeknd's fifth studio album doubles the chart sales of its closest competition, Ed Sheeran’s Equals.

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Thanks to Dawn FM’s release this week, The Weeknd’s 2021 compilation The Highlights climbs seven places to Number 9.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, American rapper Gunna enters at Number 6 with DS4Ever - his best performance on the Official Irish Charts to date.

Finally, David Bowie lands at Number 18 with his new posthumous collection Toy (Toy:Box), a stand-alone physical release of Bowie’s scrapped 2000 album of the same name. Its release coincides with what would have been David Bowie’s 75th birthday on January 8.

Official Irish Albums Chart Top 5

New 1 Dawn FM - The Weeknd (Republic Records/Xo)

1 2 = - Ed Sheeran (Asylum)

2 3 30 - Adele (Columbia)

3 4 Sour - Olivia Rodrigo (Geffen)

5 5 Without Fear - Dermot Kennedy (Island)