Ke$ha continues to take top spot on the Billboard Hot 100, blocking even the We Are The World: 25 For Haiti from hitting the top like what Everybody Hurts did in the UK, which debuted atop the UK Singles Chart. With news of Blah Blah Blah featuring 3OH!3 being the second single single from Ke$ha's debut album Animal, Blah Blah Blah leaps to #11 this week. Lady Gaga's Telephone featuring Beyonce moves up one rung, peaking to #15 this week. Justin Bieber's Baby rises as well, this week to #15, with Orianthi's According To You rounding up the Top 20 this week. Kris Allen's Live Like We're Dying is also making its way up, peaking to #21 this week. Michael Buble's Haven't Met You Yet is slowly moving up, peaking to #25 this week. Adam Lambert's Whataya Want From Me is becoming his highest peaking song so far, sitting just outside the top 30, moving from #35 last week to #31 this week. American Idol Season 9's famed auditioner General Larry Platt surprised us with the "hook" found in Pants On The Ground, which quickly became the most talked about audition. This week, Pants On The Ground makes its debut at #46. Guess anything and everything can chart nowadays. Carrie Underwood is quickly getting herself another hit with Temporary Home despite hardly any promotion, peaking to #54 this week. Rihanna's latest single Rude Boy from Rated R arrives on the Hot 100 at #64.
Sade's comeback album Soldier Of Love debuts atop the Billboard 200 albums chart this week, pushing last week's chart topper Lady Antebellum into #2. Christina Aguilera re-appears on the Billboard 200 albums chart with Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade Of Hits re-entering the charts at #180.