The Billboard Hot 100:
As previously reported, newly-crowned "American Idol" champion Phillip Phillips is the first artist to send a coronation single into the Billboard Hot 100's top 10 in four years, as his "Home" blasts onto the chart at No. 10. Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," featuring Kimbra, meanwhile, spends a seventh week at No. 1 on the Hot 100 to become this year's longest-leading No. 1. Here's a look at other Hot 100 movers and shakers this week.
-- Rihanna: "Where Have You Been" pushes 13-11 with the Hot 100's top Digital Gainer award, jumping 13-8 on Hot Digital Songs with 146,000 downloads sold (up 59%), according to Nielsen SoundScan. Radio is helping build the song's profile, as the song zips 16-14 in its fifth frame on Hot 100 Airplay (55 million audience impressions, up 18%, according to Nielsen BDS). "Where" also bows on On-Demand Songs at No. 39 (257,000 on-demand streams, according to BDS). With the advance on Hot Digital Songs, Rihanna notches her 26th top 10 on the tally, passing Lil Wayne (25) for the most top 10s since the chart began contributing to the Hot 100 the week of Feb. 12, 2005.
-- Pitbull: After "MIB 3" topped the holiday weekend box office with a $70 million in receipts, the film's related single, "Back in Time" (which plays over the closing credits), rises 16-14 on the Hot 100 and 11-7 on Hot Digital Songs (147,000, up 47%), becoming his 10th top 10 on the latter chart. On Hot 100 Airplay, "Back" bumps 31-26 (39 million, up 6%).
-- Katy Perry: After she performed "Wide Awake" live for the first time in an acrobatic-infused spectacle at the Billboard Music Awards (May 20), the song is part of a chart high-wire act, bounding onto the Hot 100 as the top debut at No. 35. The midtempo ballad enters Hot Digital Songs at No. 20 (77,000; up from 6,000) and Hot 100 Airplay at No. 70 (17 million; up from 3 million).
-- Gloriana: The country trio sang "(Kissed You) Good Night" on ABC's "The Bachelorette" May 21 (as contestant Emily Maynard enjoyed a first date, FYI). Following the synch, the song storms 72-44 on the Hot 100 and debuts at No. 25 on Hot Digital Songs (63,000, up 162%). It lifts 67-57 on Hot 100 Airplay, powered by a 15-13 rise in its 32nd week on Hot Country Songs.
-- Rita Ora: The new Roc Nation/Columbia signee makes her first appearance on the Hot 100 with "How We Do (Party)," which starts at No. 96. The song advances 27-25 in its fifth week on Mainstream Top 40 and logs a 25% increase to 13 million in overall radio audience. The 21-year-old British-raised singer, whose forthcoming debut album includes contributions from Drake, Kanye West and will.i.am., is currently earning valuable exposure opening for Coldplay on 11 tour dates.