Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' Yields Sixth Hot 100 Top 10
Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' Yields Sixth Hot 100 Top 10

Katy Perry squeezes in yet another impressive achievement for which to be thankful this year.

Her "Teenage Dream" album becomes just the seventh album in the 53-year history of the Billboard Hot 100 to generate at least six top 10s, as "The One That Got Away" leaps 15-10.

The song joins the set's first five singles, all of which reached No. 1: "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg; the title cut, "Firework"; "E.T.," featuring Kanye West; and, "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"

All charts will be refreshed tomorrow (Nov. 24), as they are each Thursday, on Billboard.com.

A more mammoth milestone could still lie ahead for Perry: with one more No.1 from the set, "Teenage Dream" would pass Michael Jackson's "Bad" to become the first album to generate six Hot 100 No. 1s.

Now in its 65th week on the Billboard 200, "Teenage Dream" has sold 1.9 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Upon Perry's latest feat, here is a look at the select seven albums, by five artists, to spawn as many as six Hot 100 top 10s, an achievement last managed by Janet Jackson's "janet." in 1993-94:

"Thriller," Michael Jackson, 1982-84, 7
"The Girl Is Mine,"
with Paul McCartney (No. 2)
"Billie Jean"
(No. 1, seven weeks)
"Beat It"
(No. 1, three weeks)
"Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' "
(No. 5)
"Human Nature"
(No. 7)
"P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" (No. 10)
"Thriller" (No. 4)

"Born in the U.S.A.," Bruce Springsteen, 1984-86 , 7
"Dancing in the Dark" (No. 2)
"Cover Me" (No. 7)
"Born in the USA" (No. 9)
"I'm on Fire" (No. 6)
"Glory Days" (No. 5)
"I'm Goin' Down" (No. 9)
"My Hometown" (No. 6)
(Note: The only rock album among the elite club, "Born" never bore a Hot 100 No. 1. Still, the collection ruled the Billboard 200 for seven weeks and has been certified 15-times Platinum by the RIAA)

"Rhythm Nation 1814," Janet Jackson, 1989-91, 7
Seven: "Miss You Much" (No. 1, four weeks)
"Rhythm Nation" (No. 2)
"Escapade" (No. 1, three weeks)
"Alright" (No. 4)
"Come Back to Me" (No. 2)
"Black Cat" (No. 1, one week)
"Love Will Never Do (Without You" (No. 1, one week)
(Note: One of three albums boasting seven top 10s, "Rhythm Nation 1814" might have housed an unprecedented eighth top 10 had "State of the World" been released as a commercial single. While it rose to No. 5 on Hot 100 Airplay, it was ineligible to appear on the Hot 100 due to rules at the time barring album tracks from the survey.)

"Faith," George Michael, 1987-88, 6

"I Want Your Sex" (No. 2) (first released on the "Beverly Hills Cop II" soundtrack)
"Faith" (No. 1, four weeks)
"Father Figure" (No. 1, two weeks)
"One More Try" (No. 1, three weeks)
"Monkey" (No. 1, two weeks)
"Kissing a Fool" (No. 5)

"Bad," Michael Jackson, 1987-89, 6
Six: "I Just Can't Stop Loving You," with Siedah Garrett (No. 1, one week)
"Bad" (No. 1, two weeks)
"The Way You Make Me Feel" (No. 1, one week)
"Man in the Mirror" (No. 1, two weeks)
"Dirty Diana" (No. 1, one week)
"Smooth Criminal" (No. 7)
(Note: Following the coronation of the set's first five singles, "Another Part of Me" frustratingly stopped at No. 11 before "Criminal" broke into and entered the top 10.)

"janet.," Janet Jackson, 1993-94, 6
"That's the Way Love Goes" (No. 1, eight weeks)
"If" (No. 4)
"Again" (No. 1, two weeks)
"Because of Love" (No. 10)
"Any Time, Any Place"/"And On and On" (No. 2)
"You Want This"/"70's Love Groove" (No. 8)

"Teenage Dream," Katy Perry, 2010-11, 6
"California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg (No. 1, six weeks)
"Teenage Dream" (No. 1, two weeks)
"Firework" (No. 1, four weeks)
"E.T.," featuring Kanye West (No. 1, five weeks)
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" (No. 1, two weeks)
"The One That Got Away" (No. 10, to-date)