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Monday, January 17, 2011

Britney Spears Will Debut At #1 This Week, And Gays' Heads Will Implode

That's right, gay people—Weaveney Spears' new single "Hold It Against Me" is probably going to Auto Tune its way to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, says the mag. Well, then they sort of cagily warn that official details of what lands at the top of the chart won't be revealed until Wednesday.

But that's like saying you're not quite sure if Cheryl Cole could make a Sprite can disappear, when you know damn well...

Anyway, if when Weaveney's jam hits the top of the chart, it will mark her fourth U.S. #1 single, after "...Baby One More Time," "Womanizer" and "3."

It'll also become Max Martin's 10th chart-topper here, following a bunch of other songs I'm too lazy to type out—but the last one was Pink's "Raise Your Glass."

And speaking of which, did you check out Max's new one he produced for E-Type? Good stuff.

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  • At 7:33 PM, Blogger Jonathan said…

    What I find amazing is how much digital sales has helped with her chart positions.

    Imagine how many more #1's she could have had over the last 12 years.


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