Miley Cyrus’ hit new song Flowers has sparked a surge in Lidl’s plant sales since it was released on January 12.
The breakup anthem – which champions buying flowers for yourself – shot to the top spot on the UK’s music charts last week after racking up 203 million global streams.
Popular low-cost supermarket Lidl saw its flower sales flourish by an impressive 52% in the wake of Miley hysteria just two weeks after the popstar’s release, which also includes an empowering self-care message.
The empowering female anthem reminded listeners in its lyrics to treat themselves to a bouquet instead of relying on others to do so.
Its chorus’s first line: ‘I can buy myself flowers,’ has been echoing across the nation for two weeks – and it has clearly made its mark.
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