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Here's What is Happening on the 'American Top 40' Chart This Week

This week on AT40 we say goodbye to "This Feeling," The Chainsmokers' collab with Kelsea Ballerini. The song spent 20 weeks on the chart, peaking at #8 back in February.

Sabrina Carpenter's dance-pop anthem "Sue Me" has also fallen off the chart and LIVVIA's break up song "Damn."

New to the chart this week is Panic! at the Disco's latest “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” entering at #36. The track was co-produced by Dillon Francis, who has also worked with DJ Snake, Calvin Harris, G-Eazy, Kygo and more.

Chart veteran Alessia Cara debuts with her ninth AT40 hit, "Out of Love." Her first was "Here," which reached #1 in 2016 for one week, while her biggest was another #1, “Stay,” with Zedd, which spent five weeks at the top.

And Billie Eilish gets her first AT40 hit with "When The Party’s Over," becoming only the fourth solo act who was born in the 2000s to chart on AT40. She follows Kaya Stewart, Noah Cyrus and Willow. She’s also the first act born in the year 2001.

At #3 Ellie Goulding & Diplo climb closer to the top with "Close To Me" featuring Swae Lee. Her most recent hit was "Army," which hit #35 in 2016. She’s also had two #1 hits that each spent 3 weeks at the top "Lights" and "Love Me Like You Do." Will her latest be her next #1?

Halsey is spending her third week consecutive week at #2 with "Without Me." The track originally entered the Top 3 back in January, then dropped down to #4 for 2 weeks, after that it returned to the #3 spot and then jumped up to #1 spot for 4 weeks.

And Ariana Grande is reigning at the top of the chart with "7 rings" for a third week as well!

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