Kelly Clarkson's 'Know It All' Debuts on Hot 100, Rihanna's 'Cheers' Rises

Kelly Clarkson's 'Know It All' Debuts on Hot 100, Rihanna's 'Cheers' Rises

Kelly Clarkson's 'Know It All' Debuts on Hot 100, Rihanna's 'Cheers' Rises

As Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger," featuring Christina Aguilera, rebounds to the top of the Billboard Hot 100, Kelly Clarkson's "Mr. Know It All" launches on the chart as the list's highest debut at No. 18. Rihanna, meanwhile, banks another Hot 100 top 10, "Cheers (Drink to That)," from her album "Loud."

Clarkson previews her fifth studio album, "Stronger," due Oct. 25, by notching the second-highest debut among her 17 Hot 100 chart entries. She began at a higher rank only with "Never Again," which arrived (and peaked) at No. 8 the week of May 12, 2007.

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"Know" enters Digital Songs at No. 9 with 107,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The track is likewise the top new entry on Radio Songs, where it starts at No. 65 with 17 million in all-format audience (up 79%), according to Nielsen BDS. The song rises 30-20 as the Greatest Gainer on the Adult Pop Songs radio airplay chart and launches at No. 29 on Pop Songs.

Clarkson premiered "Know" Aug. 31 via webcast on her official website ahead of its Sept. 5 release to retail.

As the original "American Idol" queen charges onto the Hot 100, the chart's top song is again by two of the coaches - Adam Levine and Aguilera - of rival music reality competition program "The Voice."

After dropping to No. 2 last week, "Jagger" returns for a second frame atop the Hot 100, similarly rebounding (3-1) for a second week at No. 1 on Digital Songs (220,000, up 6%). The song claims Airplay Gainer honors on the Hot 100 courtesy of its 8-5 push on Radio Songs (104 million, up 20%).

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Last week's Hot 100 No. 1, Adele's "Someone Like You," retreats 1-2 after soaring to the summit from No. 19 a week ago, a coronation fueled by reaction to her performance of the song on the MTV Video Music Awards Aug. 28. The piano-and-vocal-only ballad - the first such No. 1 in the Hot 100's 53-year history - slides 1-2 on Digital Songs (213,000, down 22%). "Someone" climbs 19-13, however, on Radio Songs (61 million, up 33%). The song is the Greatest Gainer on Pop Songs (19-16) and Adult Contemporary (16-14), while pushing 5-4 on Triple A, 10-6 on Adult Pop Songs and 35-28 on Rock Songs.

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Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" holds at No. 3 on the Hot 100 for a third week. The track drops 2-3 on Digital Songs (193,000, down 11%), while bulleting at No. 10 on Radio Songs (79 million, up 13%).

LMFAO's former No. 1 "Party Rock Anthem," featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock (4-4) and Bad Meets Evil's "Lighters," featuring Bruno Mars (7-5), close out the Hot 100's top five.

As Maroon 5 revisits the Hot 100's apex, the group's lead singer Levine returns to the top 10 (12-6, after rising to No. 10 two weeks ago) as a guest on Gym Class Heroes' "Stereo Hearts." The song advances 9-5 on Digital Songs (145,000, up 4%) and 18-16 on Radio Songs (56 million, up 15%).

Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" descends 5-7 on the Hot 100 and Lady Gaga's "You and I" falls 6-8. The latter title had, like Adele's "Someone," benefited last week from a buzzworthy performance on the VMAs. "You and I" drops 4-6 on Digital Songs (141,000, down 19%), while edging 23-21 on Radio Songs (48 million, up 18%).

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Lil Wayne's former No. 5-peaking "How to Love" rebounds 14-9 with Digital Gainer accolades, surging 20-10 on Digital Songs (90,000, up 33%). Parent album "Tha Carter IV" spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Rihanna rounds out the Hot 100's top tier by scoring a fourth top 10 from her fifth studio album "Loud," as "Cheers (Drink to That)" ascends 11-10. The song reaches the top bracket by gaining 10% in airplay to 58 million, despite its 11% digital sales decline to 126,000. Rihanna's 19th Hot 100 top 10 follows three leaders from "Loud": "Only Girl (In the World)"; "What's My Name?," featuring Drake; and, "S&M." Two other cuts from the set have also graced the chart: "California King Bed" (No. 37 peak) and "Man Down" (No. 59).

Below Clarkson's arrival, six other new titles debut on the Hot 100, including one from a fellow "American Idol" champion, plus yet another Fox TV star.

Lady Antebellum charts a fourth Hot 100 title from its third studio album, "Own the Night" - expected to charge onto next week's Billboard 200 - as "Wanted You More" starts at No. 34 (74,000 downloads). Predecessor preview track "Dancin' Away With My Heart" debuted last week at No. 50 (57,000). The set's first proper radio single, "Just a Kiss," peaked at No. 7 on the Hot 100 (this week ranking at No. 30), while current country focus track "We Owned the Night" climbs 96-80.

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Hugh Laurie, aka, Dr. Gregory House of Fox's "House, M.D.," earns his first Hot 100 hit, as "Police Dog Blues" enters at No. 58 (46,000 downloads). Parent album "Let Them Talk" bows on the Billboard 200 at No. 16 and Blues Albums at No. 1 with 20,000 copies sold.

In more Fox news, Scotty McCreery debuts on the Hot 100 at No. 84 with his second single, "The Trouble With Girls". The track by the reigning "Idol" king enters Digital Songs at No. 59 (27,000, up 12%) and rises 54-47 in its second week on Country Songs. McCreery's "Idol" victory song "I Love You This Big" reached No. 11 on the Hot 100 (and No. 15 on Country Songs).

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