Kylie poised to land her sixth #1 ARIA album
Her career retrospective Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection is well placed to become her sixth #1 on the chart.
She’s tipped to knock off the likes of Billie Eilish (12 weeks on the chart), as well as other heavyweights Bruce Springsteen, Elton John and P!NK.
The Aussie has topped the chart with Fever (2001), Kiss Me Once (2014), Light Years (2000), X (2007) and last year’s Golden, as well as 12 additional Top 10 albums since 1989’s Kylie peaked at #2.
Kylie fever is ramping up worldwide, blowing away a massive Glastonbury crowd.
It was an emotional performance, with the singer originally billed to headline the festival in 2005 but was forced to pull out after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
BBC reports that her set had the biggest crowd of the weekend, and her Sunday evening set also had the highest TV audience.
According to midweek data, The Black Keys’ new LP Ley’s Rock and Chris Brown’s Indigo are also tilting at Top 5 album debuts.