Top 20

Last week's number one, JoJo sinks to number three while The Saturdays zoom right into number one. SNSD also debut at number two with a song off their new mini-album and Super Junior's second single this year replaces Miracle and rises to number four. Big Bang dip from number 2 to 5 while Britt Nicole also goes down three places to number six this week. BSB are a new entry at number 7 with Bye Bye Love and I've finally found a Demi Lovato song I can stomach - it debuts at number 8. Jessica Mauboy and BoA finish off this week's top 20.

20. Ju-Taun - Let Me In
19. Stephanie Carache - Mr. Playa
18. JLS - Beat Again
17. IU - Missing Child
16. KSM - Read Between The Lines
15. Girls Can't Catch - Keep Your Head Up
14. Pixie Lott - Without You
13. Girls' Generation/SNSD - Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)
12. Agnes Carlsson - Release Me
11. Industry - My Baby's Waiting
10. BoA - Etude
9. Jessica Mauboy - Do It Again
8. Demi Lovato - Gift of a Friend
7. Backstreet Boys - Bye Bye Love
6. Britt Nicole - The Lost Get Found
5. Big Bang - A Fool's Only Tears
4. Super Junior - It's You
3. JoJo - 25 to Life
2. Girls' Generation/SNSD - Boyfriend
1. The Saturdays - Unofficial (1 Week)


  1. 'Unofficial' is one of my favourite songs from The Sats. I wish it was included in the album and was selected as a single instead of 'Issues'. I think B-Sides are far more interesting than some of album tracks. Right?

  2. Oh yeah - I agree on all counts! Brilliance like that doesn't come very often.


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