Taylor Swift makes history as she fills entire Top 10 in Billboard Hot 100
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Taylor Swift has made history this week, after landing every spot in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 with her album Midnights.
Taylor, 32, is the first artist to ever fill every top 10 spot and took to social media in shock over the news this week.
"10 out of 10 of the Hot 100??? On my 10th album??? I AM IN SHAMBLES," she wrote.
The song taking the top spot is 'Anti-Hero', and the singer's new studio album Midnights, bagged number one place on the Billboard 200 albums, too.
While 'Anti-Hero' leads with 59.7 million streams, 'Lavender Haze' follows with 41.4 million and 'Maroon' with 37.6 million. Meanwhile, 'Snow on the Beach' - which features Lana Del Rey - took fourth place with 37.2 million.
Billboard has reported that Taylor has surpassed Drake as the only artist to come close to taking every spot in the top 10. Drake previously held nine of the top 10 in September 2021 with Certified Lover Boy.
As Taylor's 10th studio album, Midnights has earned the most albums sold in a week since Adele released 25 back in 2015.
Midnights was released last month and broke Spotify records for the most streams in one day. The star has even overtaken Madonna for the quickest succession of nine number one albums for a female artist in the UK.
With its huge success, many fans are calling for a tour - and it seems it may not be too far off as Taylor told Graham Norton last week that it would happen 'soonish'.
"We will sometime soonish. It's going to happen," she said. "We will do it and it will be great."
Speaking about the monumental success of the album, she added: "But I do think it's a little accusatory when people say I broke Spotify. It was my gorgeous fans that broke Spotify!"
Along with putting out a record-breaking album, Taylor also spoke about the process of re-recording her first six albums, explaining that radio stations have started using the new versions of her songs rather than the old.
"I am thankful to radio stations across the US that will only play my new versions. It is so heartwarming," she said.
"It is something that I care about but don't expect other people to care about it.
"It is a lot of work, but it is fun, and I can't believe people have got behind it the way they have."