Taylor Swift scores her second Number One hit on my chart with the beautiful "Wildest Dreams," which is easily my favorite from the 1989 record, dethroning the Biebs after a 2-week stay with "What Do You Mean?" Chris Young inches up into the runner-up position, with Adele advancing to the Top 3 and Kelsea Ballerini scoring her second Top 5 hit. Reba McEntire cracks the Top 10 with "Until They Don't Love You" while a number of songs break into the Top 20, led by Demi Lovato's big 9-point leap for "Confident." Carrie Underwood's second Storyteller single continues it's hot start as "Heartbeat" jumps into the Top 30 in only its fourth week on the chart and Justin Bieber brings another song into the Top 40 with "Sorry." A lot of songs lower on the chart take advantage of a bit of house-cleaning this week and have their best movements in weeks, while also freeing up the chart space to welcome four new songs from the likes of Shawn Mendes, Craig Morgan, Tinashe, and Rascal Flatts.