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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Ke$ha Heard Our Pleas And Used Her Powers Of Slut To Hit #1 With "TiK ToK"

Ask and ye shall receive hooker. Back in March when Ke$ha was whoring the top of the chart up with her cameo on Flo Rida's "Right Round" (how did that one escape our 10 Worst Singles Of The Year list?), Chart Rigger posted 10 reasons why she needed to be your new favorite singer.

And here are about 14 more reasons—clips of her upcoming Dr. Luke/Max Martin-produced album Animal, which is due out January 5:



And so Ke$ha has finally ended the five-week reign of Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' "Empire State Of Mind" at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, with her jam "TiK ToK." Yes, it truly is a highly annoying three-plus minute affair, but it's one that gets in your pants head and never leaves.

Technically this week's chart is dated January 2, thus history will note that Ke$ha had the honor of landing the first #1 single of the new decade.

Over on the Dance/Electronic Albums chart, Kylie Minogue debuts at #13 with Kylie: Live In New York. On the main Top 200 Albums chart, Susan Boyle is #1 for a fourth week with I Dreamed A Dream, which has now sold 2.4 million copies in the States.

The U.S. Top 10:

1. "TiK ToK" - Kesha *1 week*
2. "Empire State Of Mind" - Jay-Z feat. Alica Keys
3. "Bad Romance" - Lady Gaga
4. "Replay" - Iyaz
5. "Fireflies" - Owl City
6. "Sexy Chick" - David Guetta feat. Akon
7. "Whatcha Say" - Jason DeRulo
8. "Down" - Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne
9. "Meet Me Halfway" - The Black Eyed Peas
10. "3" - Britney Spears

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