While "Hello" arrives as the first million-selling download in a week, it's the second song to move at least that many copies in a frame in the U.S. since Nielsen Music began tracking sales in 1991, counting both digital and physical singles.
A week after becoming the first artist to reach the Billboard Hot 100's top 10 in five different decades (and six including his work with the Jackson 5), as "Love Never Felt So Good," with Justin Timberlake zoomed 22-9, Michael Jackson makes news again, as his 1983 No. 1 "Billie Jean" returns. The song re-enters at No. 14 thanks to the popularity of a viral video featuring the track.
With expected sales bumps thanks to the MTV Video Music Awards, Robin Thicke and Katy Perry appear headed for another battle for the chart's top spot. Plus, Eminem looks due to roar into the Hot 100's top five with his new 'Berzerk,' while Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus should also see post-VMAs gains.