Sabrina Carpenter has made UK chart history. Moreover, the singer had both the number one and number two spots on the British singles chart for the third week in a row with her tracks “Please Please Please” and “Espresso.”

This marks Carpenter as the first female artist in the history of the Official Charts to maintain the top two positions for three weeks consecutively. Her chart-topping success has been met with widespread acclaim. Also, a surge in popularity across the UK and beyond.

The Official Charts Company announced the milestone on Friday, stating on Instagram: “She’s a Record Breaker (again!). Congratulations to the unstoppable Sabrina Carpenter, who becomes the first female artist in Official Chart history to spend three consecutive weeks at Numbers 1 and 2 with #PleasePleasePlease and #Espresso.”

Carpenter’s double triumph has not only solidified her place in the annals of music history but also underscored her growing influence in the pop music landscape. The previous week, the Official Charts Company noted that she had become the youngest female artist to ever achieve this feat for two consecutive weeks.

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George Millington