November 12, 2001 15:45


There should also be high new entries for the White Stripes, Bubba Sparxx and Blu Cantrell...

BLUE and DESTINY'S CHILD are the experts' favourites to challenge WESTLIFE at the top of the UK singles chart this week.

Yesterday (November 11), Westlife's brand new single 'Queen Of My Heart' went straight to the top of the charts, preventing Afroman's 'Because I Got High' from spending a fourth week at the top.

Today (November 12), a host of pop acts looking for chart success. A chart expert at Virgin Megastore in London told NME.COM she considered that Blue's new single 'If You Come Back' and Destiny's Child's 'Emotion' were the most likely high new entries.

She commented: "Westlife sold well last week so the new entries will have a handful to get to Number One, but we think Destiny's Childand Blue will both figure in the Top Three come Sunday (November 18)."

Other new releases this week come from Bubba Sparxx with 'Ugly', the White Stripes with 'Hotel Yorba' and Blu Cantrell with 'Hit Em Up Style'. All are expected to be high chart entries.

For the initial midweek results, visit NME.COM again tomorrow and then thoughout the week for the latest on this week's chart battle.

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