Rihanna goes on to collect a record-breaking 10 #1s on the Hot 100 with S&M featuring Britney Spears seeing a humongous amount in digital downloads to get the Digital Gainer title and overtake Katy Perry's E.T., which has dropped to #2, to take top spot. Adele shoots up the chart once again with Rolling In The Deep making a new peak at #6. Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga round out the Top 10 with On The Floor moving a spot up to #8, while the Britster falls a spot to #9 and Gaga makes a chart debut at #10 with Judas. Bruno Mars' latest chart assault The Lazy Song narrowly misses the Top 10 but gains a new peak of #11. Jessie J's Price Tag is turning out to be a mega hit for the British songbird as it hits an all time high of #24. Jennifer Hudson falls to #88 with Where You At. Colbie Caillat's I Do has managed to re-enter the Hot 100 sneaking in at #97 while OneRepublic are at #98 with Good Life.
The Foo Fighters are everywhere, this time getting their first #1 album in the States with Wasting Light, while pushing Adele's 21 to #2. Britney's Femme Fatale takes a slip to #6. Jessie J's Who You Are isn't doing too badly, debuting at #11 on the chart.