Can you believe it? My favorite song of the spring, "Better With the Lights Off", is actually getting relatively popular now! This leads to its surprising re-entry on the Fab 50, this week. However, there's one question that you have to be wondering about: After it was unsuccessful in taking the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100, is Katy Perry's "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" able to hold on to the top spot on the Fab 50? Read on for the full chart!
Honestly, it's no contest. With only marginal competition from "Tonight Tonight", Katy Perry stays in first on the chart! The complete version and stats are below.
At the Top
- "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" and Hot Chelle Rae's "Tonight Tonight" stay in the two top spots, respectively.
- Lil' Wayne's "How to Love" overtakes LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" to take claim of the 3rd position on the chart.
- Britney Spears gets only her 2nd top 5 song of the year with "I Wanna Go" after "Till the World Ends" only peaked at #8.
- Up 8: "Stereo Hearts" - Gym Class Heroes & Adam Levine [#45 to #37]
- Up 5: "Lighters" - Bad Meets Evil & Bruno Mars [#13 to #8]
- Up 5: "You Make Me Feel..." - Cobra Starship & Sabi [#25 to #20]
- Down 12: "Skyscraper" - Demi Lovato [#38 to #50]
- Down 5: "Till the World Ends" - Britney Spears [#36 to #41]
- Down 5: "Roll Up" - Wiz Khalifa [#42 to #47]
- "Till I'm Gone" - Tinie Tempah & Wiz Khalifa (#38)
- "Better With the Lights Off" - New Boyz & Chris Brown (#40; formerly #30)
- "Hello There" - The Freshmen (#43)
- "Djay" - Mona Lisa (#46)
Songs "Off the Charts"
- "Up All Night" - Blink-182 (formerly #39)
- "Just a Kiss" - Lady Antebellum (formerly #46)
- "Sunset in July" - 311 (formerly #49)
- "Born This Way" - Lady Gaga (formerly #50)
The Fab 50 is on the right side of the page - please listen to and watch the Fab 50! Thank you for reading - if you disagree with how the week went, feel free to complain in the comments! A new poll is up.
Note: I am honestly saddened by Amy Winehouse's recent passing. However, it would be unfair for me to put one of her songs on my chart instead of a new song that has worked hard recently to deserve the recognition it gets here.