‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Is Poised To Become Demi Lovato’s Highest-Charting Single Yet
Sorry, not sorry — Demi Lovato's newest single, the first off of her remarkable Tell Me You Love Me, has cracked Billboard's Top 10, and will likely become her highest-charting single yet.
"Sorry Not Sorry," which climbed from No. 15 to No. 10 over the past week, is Demi's first Top 10 hit since 2013, and shows no signs of stopping, according to Billboard. It's her fourth single to reach the Top 10 (“This Is Me,” “Heart Attack” and “Skyscraper” all managed the spot), and if it ascends any further, it'll officially make history for the singer.
Meanwhile, Cardi B 's come-from-behind "Bodak Yellow" remains at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, having finally edged out Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" last week. Swift sent flowers to Cardi after news broke that "Bodak" had finally reached the top spot.
According to Headline Planet, Lovato's newest album is on track to debut at No. 2 behind Shania Twain's Now. Miley Cyrus' Younger Now is expected to land at No. 3.
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