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Saturday, November 6, 2010
Billboard Update

Ke$ha has taken over the Hot 100 with latest single We R Who We R debuting at #1 on the chart, the first female artist to do so since Britney Spears managed the same feat last year with 3 and the first artist male or female to do so since Eminem debuted at #1 with Not Afraid earlier this year. Rihanna's Only Girl (In The World) has been pushed down a spot to #4. P!nk continues to cling on to #10 with latest single Raise Your Glass. Taylor Swift has shifted a remarkable million copies of her third album Speak Now, and some album favourites have made their way on the Hot 100: Sparks Fly, Innocent, The Story Of Us, Dear John, Better Than Revenge, Haunted, Last Kiss, Enchanted, Never Grow Up, Long Live debut at #17, #27, #41, #54, #56, #63, #71, #75, #84, #85 respectively. Katy Perry's latest single Firework shoots up to #29 up from making a debut at #57 last week. Unfortunately, Shakira's latest single Loca has fallen to #58 after it reached a peak of #32 last week. Rihanna's latest single What's My Name? hits a new peak of #60, gaining the title of Airplay Gainer. Glee Cast's Time Warp enters the Hot 100 at #89 while Michael Buble's latest single Hollywood re-enters the Hot 100 at #90. Christina Perri's Jar of Hearts returns to the Hot 100 at #96 this week while Ne-Yo's One In A Million finally finds its way to the Hot 100, debuting at #97 this week.

Over on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Taylor Swift has shifted over a million units of her third studio album Speak Now, which has thus been certified platinum in its first week of release. Glee's The Rocky Horror Glee Show falls a spot to #7 from its debut at #6 last week. Michael Buble's Hollywood: The Deluxe EP makes an entrance at #10 this week. Shakira's latest record Sale El Sol falls to #16 while the Hannah Montana Forever soundtrack has fallen to #17. Katy Perry's sophomore pop album Teenage Dream moves up to #18 up from #22 last week. Michael Buble's multi-platinum selling album Crazy Love skyrockets to #27 up from #115, earning the Greatest Gainer title. David Archuleta's sophomore pop album has fallen to #163. Glee's Mark Salling's first studio album Pipe Dreams debuts at #189.

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