Every weekend, there are countless countdown shows. VH1’s top 20 videos. Ryan’s American Top 40. Rick Dee’s Weekly Top 40 and many more. If you find an Idol on one of these shows, please post it here! (all countdown stats collected by tripp_ncwy. Thanks!)

Weekend Countdown Shows

MuchMusic Top20 Video Countdown (09.21.2012)
#04 Hedley “Kiss You Inside Out
#06 Nicki Minaj “Pound The Alarm”
#09 Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen “Good Time”
#11 Cher Lloyd ” I Want You Back”

Rick Dees Top 40 (09.22.2012)
#01 “Give Your Heart A Break” Demi Lovato
#06 “Good Time” Owl City and Carly
#10 “Want You Back” Cher Lloyd
#14 Nicki Minaj “Pound The Alarm”
#20 “Darkside” Kelly Clarkson
#24 “Heart Skips A Beat” Olly Murs
#28 “Payphone feat. Wiz Khalifa” Maroon 5
#30 “Home” Phillip Phillips
#32 “Chasing The Sun” The Wanted
#37 “Call Me Maybe” Carly Rae Jepson

Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 – Hit Radio Edition (09.22.2012)
#01 “Give Your Heart A Break” Demi Lovato
#06 “Good Time” Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen
#10  “Want U Back” Cher Lloyd
#14 “Pound The Alarm” Nicki Minaj
#20 “Darkside” Kelly Clarkson
#24 “Heart Skips A Beat” Olly Murs
#28 “Payphone” Maroon 5 f/ Wiz Khalifa
#30 “Home” Phillip Phillips
#32 “Chasing The Sun” The Wanted
#36 “Call Me Maybe” Carly Rae Jepsen

GAC Top 20 Country For the week of Sep 21st – Sep 28th:
#01 “Blown Away” Carrie Underwood
#03 “Water Tower Town” Scotty McCreery
#12 “Crying On A Suitcase” Casey James
#14 “Drinking Side of Country” Bucky Covington

Crook & Chase Country Countdown – (09.22.2012)
#07 “Blown Away” Carrie Underwood
#25 “Crying on a Suitcase” Casey James

 
  • http://twitter.com/doesmonaknow DoesMonaKnow

    Home is back up to #8 on iTunes. 

  • OffLeash

    I was suggesting in the other thread that Home’s bump might be due to The Trouble with the Curve, but now it’s not clear the song is actually played during the movie. I don’t intend to watch it this weekend, so hopefully we’ll get some feedback here today.

  • http://twitter.com/doesmonaknow DoesMonaKnow

    I think Home is just up again because the songs that pushed it out of the Top 10 have fallen…the CMA Fest effect has worn off for Hunter Hayes, new songs from Christina and Pink had their biggest sales earlier in the week. Home has hung around the 11-13 spot when all the new songs are out to play, and then it comes back up to the Top 10 on the weekend. It’s happened for the past couple of weeks. There are going to be a lot of new songs from heavy hitters next week so we’ll have to see if he can hang on again.

  • rodolfochengcanepa

    yes, but there is no range between #8 and #13, so he easily may be out of top 10 tomorrow. The good thing is, that he is selling regular each week, the song lives by its own thanks to the radio and no needs 4 some random tv appearances to remain alive.

  • carrigan1

    Saw “The Trouble With the Curve” last night. “Home” is not played in the movie.

  • http://twitter.com/eilonwya10 Eilonwy

    Saw “The Trouble With the Curve” last night. “Home” is not played in the movie.

    Thank you for restoring my belief in my sanity. I’d seen it as a preview showing, sat all the way through the credits to make sure I hadn’t heard “Home” — and then come across P2′s August 9 interview where he was all over detail about where exactly the song was placed. I was starting to think I’d totally lost my grip on reality… and this wasn’t even at one of the theaters where it’s possible to get a glass of wine with one’s popcorn.

  • OffLeash

    That settles it. Home won’t get a bump from the movie then. Must be word of mouth and enough radio play by now that keeps it afloat for now. We’ll see how long it lasts. I’m curious how Z100 will handle the song. It could be the difference between the song going down down the itunes chart or staying in the top 10.

  • OffLeash

    True. There’s more difference between #7 and #8 than between 11 and 8.

  • http://twitter.com/doesmonaknow DoesMonaKnow

    Relevant iTunes rankings (1-200):

    #2 “One More Night”, Maroon 5
    #8 “Home”, Phillip Phillips
    #11 “Good Time”, Carly Rae Jepsen & Owl City
    #13 “Your Body”, Christina Aguilera
    #14 “Call Me Maybe”, Carly Rae Jepsen
    #19 “Blown Away”, Carrie Underwood
    #28 “Pound the Alarm” (explicit), Nicki Minaj
    #34 “Crazy/’U Drive Me Crazy (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #37 “Give Your Heart a Break”, Demi Lovato
    #41 “Beautiful”, Carly Rae Jepsen & Justin Bieber
    #42 “Girl On Fire (Inferno Version)”, Alicia Keys feat. Nicki Minaj
    #44 “Payphone” (explicit), Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa
    #52 “What Makes You Beautiful”, One Direction
    #60 “Everytime (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #62 “3 (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #72 “Moves Like Jagger”, Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera
    #77 “Dark Side”, Kelly Clarkson
    #86 “This Kiss”, Carly Rae Jepsen
    #87 “One Thing”, One Direction
    #89 “Oops!… I Did It Again (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #90 “Boys/Boyfriend (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #91 “Call Me Maybe”, Carly Rae Jepsen (same song, just from deluxe album)
    #93 “Scream”, Usher
    #94 “Heart Skips a Beat”, Olly Murs feat. Chiddy Bang
    #98 “The Boys” (explicit), Nicki Minaj & Cassie
    #101 “Payphone” (clean), Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa
    #102 “Over”, Blake Shelton
    #109 “It’s Time (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #112 “Pound the Alarm” (clean), Nicki Minaj
    #114 “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”, Kelly Clarkson
    #127 “Good Time”, Carly Rae Jepsen & Owl City (deluxe album version)
    #132 “Starships” (explicit), Nicki Minaj
    #142 “Cupid Shuffle”, Cupid
    #149 “Lemme See”, Usher feat. Rick Ross
    #158 “Skyscraper”, Demi Lovato
    #164 “Good Girl”, Carrie Underwood
    #173 “For You”, Keith Urban
    #174 “Starships” (clean), Nicki Minaj
    #178 “Americano/Dance Again (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast feat. Kate Hudson
    #182 “New York State of Mind (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #188 “Crying On a Suitcase”, Casey James
    #189 “Without You”, David Guetta feat. Usher
    #192 “Toxic (The Voice Performance)”, Melanie Martinez

  • Mateja Praznik

    One Direction – Live While We’re Young
    Video stats:  396,446 likes, 9,962 dislikes

    Views: 10,061,866 / 10,480,034

    10 million in 2 days.

  • standtotheright

    Based on your review, I think I would have needed a glass of wine to sit through it.

  • getaway1

    Tweeted from Ryan Seacrest’s show:

    American Top 40?@AmericanTop40
    Prior to Phil @Phillips, the last Idol contender to make the Top 10 w/ his debut single was @AdamLambert in 2010 w/ “Whataya Want From Me”

    American Top 40?@AmericanTop40
    Phillip Phillips [@Phillips] cracks the Top 10 with “Home.” That makes 26 Top 10 hits from @AmericanIdol finalists since 2002.

  • http://twitter.com/ItsMyT1me Lori

    So I guess Ryan is reinventing Idol history as we all know that WWFM was not Adam’s debut single. “You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time…” So would that honor actually go to Kris Allen for LLWD or someone else?

    Oh, and congrats to P2 and Home on a milestone, even if it is incorrectly stated. ;)

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PVEFG2TOUIXSROKUSO2O2DOWWE Taylor

    FYE was pushed to radio for about 3 weeks. They pulled it when they found out that PDs wouldn’t play the song because it was from a gay man. RCA immediately sent WWFM out to be the lead single. Ryan has been a DJ long enough to know these types of things happen.

    Congrats to P2, Adam and any of the other past Idol contestants who had a single at any time in the Top 10.

  • elliegrll

    LOL, this is such a tired topic, and nothing that you wrote changes the fact that WWFM was the second single that Adam released. I don’t see how that fact can be taken as a knock against Adam.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PVEFG2TOUIXSROKUSO2O2DOWWE Taylor

    LOL Evidently, Ryan doesn’t think of it the way you do. Oh well, it was a fun fact to tweet out to his 8 million followers. :)

  • Listening

    I think it’s more of an accomplishment to make the top 10 w/ a second single so people should embrace that fact. What Adam did is impressive b/c it’s easier to get a top 10 w/ a first single b/c that’s when everyone’s attention is focused on you. That he got a top 10 once time had elapsed and people could of moved onto the next shiny thing just indicates how good the song/he was. It showed it/he connected w/ people.

  • springboard2

    But since FYE was replaced after two weeks, it was hardly a full single, and the case is not clear cut. Unless we assume that two weeks is what it takes for a single to make its mark, WWFM was the first single that the label asked radio to play for a substantial lenght of time, and consequently could be reasonably called a debut single’.
    Of course, this debatable, but this is probably why it is difficult to make it a fact one way or the other.

  • springboard2

    Anyway, well done to Phillip for making the Top 10!

  • wordnerdarchie

    FYE was his first single, don’t know why that is ever argued other than the fact it was evident quickly it wasn’t going to get radio play… (and then there’s No Boundaries).

    ” Its Claude Kelly and Dr. Luke-produced lead single “For Your Entertainment” preceded the album’s release but was not as successful as its second single “Whataya Want from Me” which impacted on charts worldwide, became his highest-peaking single” (Wiki)

    Now if you argue that you can’t accept this at Wiki, how about iTunes which lists it as a Single.

    Will we be arguing in the future that “Home” wasn’t a coronation single since it received a video and promo like any other debut single?  Oh wait, will “Home” be called Phillip’s debut single in the future and ALSO his Coronation single?  (But he said it wasn’t his single.)  Or will his single released next after his “coronation” single be his debut.  Oh, the dilemma!  That opens all kinds of things up for discussion.  What will be the criteria for “debut” singles?…. It’s a never ending black hole waiting to swallow up any who dare to shed light on the topic, and who really cares?

  • mjsbigblog

    Reminder:

    We just simply AREN’T going to have the 5,674 argument over whether WWFM was Adam Lambert’s first single or not. Sorry.  Let’s keep things in the present tense.

  • http://twitter.com/ItsMyT1me Lori

    Sorry. I was just making a quip. Had no idea it was taboo (haven’t been around that long!)

  • http://twitter.com/doesmonaknow DoesMonaKnow

    Relevant iTunes rankings (1-200):

    #2 “One More Night”, Maroon 5
    #8 “Home”, Phillip Phillips
    #10 “Good Time”, Carly Rae Jepsen & Owl City
    #12 “Call Me Maybe”, Carly Rae Jepsen
    #18 “Blown Away”, Carrie Underwood
    #21 “Your Body”, Christina Aguilera
    #23 “Want U Back”, Cher Lloyd
    #27 “Pound the Alarm” (explicit), Nicki Minaj
    #34 “Give Your Heart a Break”, Demi Lovato
    #37 “Payphone” (explicit), Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa
    #41 “Girl On Fire (Inferno Version)”, Alicia Keys feat. Nicki Minaj
    #42 “Crazy/’U Drive Me Crazy (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #43 “Beautiful”, Carly Rae Jepsen & Justin Bieber
    #48 “What Makes You Beautiful”, One Direction
    #64 “Moves Like Jagger”, Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera
    #71 “Dark Side”, Kelly Clarkson
    #76 “One Thing”, One Direction
    #77 “Everytime (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #78 “3 (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #83 “Call Me Maybe”, Carly Rae Jepsen (deluxe album)
    #85 “Scream”, Usher
    #87 “Heart Skips a Beat”, Olly Murs feat. Chiddy Bang
    #93 “This Kiss”, Carly Rae Jepsen
    #97 “Payphone” (clean), Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa
    #98 “Pound the Alarm” (clean), Nicki Minaj
    #102 “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”, Kelly Clarkson
    #104 “Over”, Blake Shelton
    #108 “Good Time”, Carly Rae Jepsen & Owl City (deluxe album)
    #112 “The Boys” (explicit), Nicki Minaj & Cassie
    #114 “Starships” (explicit), Nicki Minaj
    #118 “Oops!… I Did It Again (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #124 “It’s Time (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #125 “Boys/Boyfriend (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast
    #139 “Cupid Shuffle”, Cupid
    #147 “Lemme See”, Usher feat. Rick Ross
    #157 “Starships” (clean), Nicki Minaj
    #171 “Good Girl”, Carrie Underwood
    #174 “Skyscraper”, Demi Lovato
    #178 “For You”, Keith Urban
    #184 “Without You”, David Guetta feat. Usher
    #188 “Beez In the Trap” (explicit), Nicki Minaj feat. 2 Chainz
    #198 “Crying On a Suitcase”, Casey James
    #199 “Americano/Dance Again (Glee Cast Version)”, Glee Cast feat. Kate Hudson