Britney Spears does it again. 3, the lead single off her Singles Collection album which celebrates her success in the music industry from 1999-2009, tops the charts and debuts, in over 3 years, at the top spot. Meanwhile, Jay Sean, who sent the Black Eyed Peas packing into #5 last week, is #2 now on the charts and Miley Cyrus' Party In The USA follows behind. Nothing new besides Owl City's Fireflies peaks at #9 this week. Mariah's first single off Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel drops to #11 with Beyonce's Sweet Dreams at #12 spending its 12th week on the charts which has since peaked at #12. Uncanny, huh. MRAs nominated new artist Justin Bieber's One Less Lonely Girl debuts at #16 and debut single One Time peaks at #21. Kelly Clarkson's Already Gone peaks at #19 this week with Carrie Underwood's newest single Cowboy Casanova drops to #20. Chris Brown's I Can Transform Ya debuts at #52. OneRepublic joins the slew of artists that have debuted this week. All The Right Moves debuts at #58 this week. Michael Buble re-enters the Hot 100 at #90 with Haven't Met You Yet.
Along with the new single re-entering the charts, Michael Buble tops the Billboard 200 with his latest album Crazy Love which beat KISS' Sonic Boom and Toby Keith's American Ride. The Backstreet Boys' latest offering This Is Us debuts at #9. Blake Lewis' sophomore album Heartbreak On Vinyl debuts at #135. Canadian singer Lights debuts at #129 this week.