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Sweet Success: Diana Ross' 'Love Hangover 2020' Tops Dance Club Songs Chart

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Diana Ross performs onstage during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 10, 2019 in Los Angeles. 

Plus, moves for Gloria Gaynor and Chumino.

Diana Ross adds her eighth No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart, as "Love Hangover 2020" rises 2-1 on the survey dated March 28.

The track, remixed by Eric Kupper and Ralphi Rosario (a previously completed mix by Frankie Knuckles was also promoted), is Ross' fourth straight remixed classic to reign supreme, after "The Boss 2019" (April 2019), "I'm Coming Out/Upside Down 2018" (August 2018) and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough 2017" (January 2018).

Ross is making her second Dance Club Songs run with "Hangover," which hit No. 3 in 1989; it originally topped the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in 1976, ahead of the Dance Club Songs' chart's inception.

Before her chart revival that began over two years ago, Ross ruled Dance Club Songs with "The Boss," in 1979 (all cuts, as albums were then eligible to appear on the survey); the original "Upside Down"/"I'm Coming Out" (1980); "Swept Away" (1984); and "Take Me Higher" (1995).

Meanwhile, another legendary vocalist scales a Billboard dance chart. Amid the coronavirus outbreak, Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" jumps 9-4 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, up 81% to 1,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. The iconic anthem led both the Hot 100 and Dance Club Songs for three weeks in 1979.

Plus, Chumino enters at No. 7 with "It's Corona Time" (1,000 sold, helped by a discount to 69 cents at multiple digital retailers).