Ke$ha doesn't stop on the Hot 100, with TiK ToK currently dominating, it stopped the monstrous force of the fans of Taylor Swift, who debuts at #2 with Today Was A Fairytale, which leaked a few days ago, shoving Lady Gaga's Bad Romance into #3. It seems the force of tweens are in full force this week, with Justin Bieber's highest charting single so far with Baby debuting at #5. The Black Eyed Peas' fourth single from their album The E.N.D. peaks at #11 this week. Timbaland's single Carry Out featuring Justin Timberlake leaps to #14 this week, finally a Timbaland track from Shock Value II doing well in the US. After appearing on Oprah, it was obvious Adam Lambert would finally get a single that does well, and Whataya Want From Me leaps to #37 this week, as well as having his debut album For Your Entertainment the best-selling American Idol related album this week. Hallelujah, another cover of Leonard Cohen's song, charts on the Hot 100, coming in the form of Justin Timberlake and Mattt Moris' touching performance on the Hope For Haiti Now Telethon, debuting at #48. Rihanna's Haiti single Redemption Song arrives to the Hot 100 at #81, and Carrie Underwood's Temporary Home rises to #82.
The Hope For Haiti Now album debuts at the summit of the Billboard 200 albums chart this week. The Grammy Nominees album debuts at an impressive #5 this week.