Lady Gaga is still #1 on the Hot 100 with Born This Way, but surprise surprise. It's not Ke$ha, Katy Perry, Rihanna, P!nk, or Britney Spears snapping at her heels. It's Cee Lo Green with his mega hit single F**k You! skyrocketing to a shocking #2 with an Airplay Gainer title. Rihanna's latest single S&M continues to move up, moving on to a new peak of #7 this week. Justin Bieber collects his second Top 10 hit after his Top 5 hit Baby with Never Say Never moving up to #8, thanks to his movie of course. Britney Spears continues slipping with Hold It Against Me falling to #11. Notice how the music video didn't help the song rise after gradually falling. Avril Lavigne's What the Hell has also slipped a little, falling to #13 after hitting a peak of #11 last week. However, Christina Perri's going anywhere but down, flying up to a new peak of #21 with Jar of Hearts. Dang. What has that girl been doing? Adele's chart domination continues with Rolling In The Deep leaping to #26 this week. This week's album week. Expect Rolling In The Deep to fly even higher up next week. Katy Perry's fourth single E.T. which features the irrelevant verses from Kanye West has crashed the Billboard Hot 100 at #28 this week. Well, it's re-entered. It was released as a promo single prior the release of Teenage Dream last year. Ke$ha's also on her way up with current single Blow reaching #32 this week. Another week, another Glee episode. Last week's songs have reached the Hot 100 with Baby, Sing, Take Me Or Leave Me, Somebody To Love debuting at #47, #49, #51, #62 respectively while their previous cover of Forget You re-enters at #90 and Firework slips to #95. With little to no promotion, Colbie Caillat's new single I Do has fallen to #96. Thanks to the powers of VEVO and YouTube, Jessie J's still on the Hot 100, with Price Tag rising a spot to #99 this week. Get promoting, girl.
Over on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart, Justin Bieber's Never Say Never: The Remixes bows at #1, this being his second #1 album. The rest? Nothing interesting to note, really.