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Cilla Black set to make charts comeback

Published 03/08/2015

Cilla Black died at her home in the south of Spain
Cilla Black died at her home in the south of Spain

Cilla Black looks set to make a charts comeback as one of her hit singles and an album re-enter the mid-week charts following her sudden death.

Her breakthrough single, Anyone Who Had A Heart, has re-entered the mid-week Officials Singles Chart.

Black's death while at her home in Spain, aged 72, has shocked and saddened the nation.

Her song topped the Official Singles Chart back in 1964 and it spent three weeks at number one.

It went on to become the biggest selling female single of the 1960s.

Racing for the number one spot this week is One Direction with new single, Drag Me Down.

They released the single unexpectedly last Friday, and it's looking set to break a few records.

Notching up a spot into third position is Sigma ft. Ella Henderson and their song Glitterball.

In the album charts, Black's The Very Best Of has re-entered mid-week, with fans paying tribute to the star the world over.

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