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On the Australia Top 50 Singles and Australian Urban
Top 20 charts 'Lady Marmalade' reached #1. The single
has currently sold more than 140,000 units there achieving double
'Lady Marmalade' also reached #1 on the
Australian ARIA chart.
Top 50 Albums:
'Moulin Rouge' soundtrack - #1
Australian Video Top 20:
'My Reflection' video and DVD reached #4
Australia - State #1's
'Lady Marmalade' and 'Moulin Rouge' have been #1 in every Australian
New South Wales
Victoria / Tasmania
South Australia / Northern Territory
Christina and 'N Sync top airplay artists
'Lady Marmalade' - #1 single and certified gold.
Trade publication Airplay Monitor combines
radio station ratings and airplay statistics to estimate the number
of listeners who hear a given record in a week.
The 1999-2001 stats show that 'N Sync and
Christina Aguilera's top singles reached far more people
than Britney Spears' biggest hit, 'Oops I Did It Again.' Furthermore,
'N Sync's 'Bye Bye Bye' reached four times as many people as their
previous single, 'I Drive Myself Crazy.'
Note: Spears' last single, 'Don't Let Me
Be the Last to Know,' did not reach the top 40 audience chart, falling
considerably short of her previous single 'Stronger's' 20.1 million
- USA Today
December 28, 1999
Christina's 'Christmas Song' highest charting ever!
DOUBLE DOWN: It's not unusual for
an artist to have two solo singles in the top 20 of the Billboard
Hot 100 chart, but it is rare for both songs to be moving up with
bullets. Christina Aguilera repeats a feat accomplished by artists
like Diana Ross, Linda Ronstadt, and Donna Summer, as Christina's
version of "The Christmas Song" takes a seasonal leap from 44 to
18, making it the highest position ever reached for this song on
the Hot 100, while "What A Girl Wants" advanced 13 to 11 on the
It's hard to believe, because so many people have recorded Mel Torme and Robert Wells' "The Christmas Song" over the years, but amazingly, Aguilera is only the second artist to have a Billboard Hot 100 hit with the holiday classic. The first, of course, was Nat King Cole, who last charted with "The Christmas Song" in 1962."
"The Christmas Song" marks Christina's third single to be in the top twenty over the last three months.
"What A Girl Wants" goes #1 this week on the Top 40 Mainstream Monitor Airplay chart and remains #1 on Billboard Monitor's Rhythmic Top 40 Chart for four straight weeks!
Worldwide Certifications of
USA (8x), Canada (5x), Australia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Korea, Taiwan
UK, France, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, Venezuela, Australia, Malaysia, South Africa, Indonesia