Dua Lipa's "Physical" continues to hold down the top spot, though its point total continues to decrease from its record-breaking peak. It still maintains a considerable distance from its runner-up, though that position holder has changed: The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" surpasses Lipa's "Don't Start Now" for the first time in the songs' chart coexistence to regain its former peak of #2, where it left in February when "Physical" jumped to #1 and pushed down both "Don't Start Now" and "Blinding Lights."
Lady Gaga's "Stupid Love" is steady at #4 with a slight dip in points. At #5, Doja Cat's "Say So" is in the same situation, with an even lower weekly drop.
Halsey jumps back up by two, moving "You should be sad" back to #6. Billie Eilish is steady at #7 with "everything i wanted," and Roddy Ricch's "The Box" also moves up two to #8. That leaves Eilish's Bond contribution "No Time To Die" sliding 6–9, and The Pussycat Dolls rounding out the chart's upper echelon at #10 with "React."
K-pop groups continue their strong showing in the top ten, led by EVERGLOW, whose "DUN DUN" rebounds to #11 and looks toward returning to the top ten. Just behind them are THE BOYZ, whose "REVEAL" climbs four to a new peak of #12. PENTAGON's "Dr. BeBe" climbs one to #14, and Crush's "Digital Lover" is steady at #19 following its debut last week. SF9's "Good Guy" is also in the mix, though it drops 13–18. Lastly, the week's only entry to the top twenty is IZ*ONE's "Fiesta," rising 23–20.
In non-K-pop news, the only other song to rise within the top twenty is Taylor Swift's current single, "The Man," which climbs 18–15. Its previous peak of #8 seems unlikely, but it may continue to gain ground.
Katy Perry is the week's greatest gainer, as wedding-themed "Never Worn White" runs 56 rows up the aisle to #25. Two spots below is the week's highest debut: Demi Lovato sees her second track released this year, "I Love Me," enter at #27.