Monday Morning Mediabase Update: May 21-27

The foreign representatives from Idol and X-Factor seem to be racing each other up the charts. Carly Rae Jepsen from Canadian Idol went top 10 on HAC, top 30 on AC and top 50 on Rhythmic with her debut single “Call Me Maybe”. She’s sitting right behind One Direction on the Pop charts. 1D has a flurry of milestones this week as well. They went top 5 on Pop, top 10 on HAC and top 30 on AC with “What Makes You Beautiful”. Meanwhile, their second single, “One Thing” went top 30 on Pop. But that’s not all from the X-Factor UK crowd. Rebecca Fergusen also went top 50 on HAC.

Meanwhile, the American Idols are not silent this week. Daughtry achieves top 30 with “Outta My Head” (seconds single from their third album). Jordin Sparks’ new single featuring Whitney Houston went top 50 on AC.

Finally, we had a very rare siting of an Idol on AAA. Haley’s “Free” went top 50 on that chart. Go Haley!

Scotty McCreery left the charts.

Adam Lambert:
“Never Close Our Eyes”: ^41 HAC (44)

Carly Rae Jepsen (CI):
Call Me Maybe: ^6 Pop (7); ^10 HAC (13), ^27 AC (36), ^50 RHY (56)

Carrie Underwood:
“Good Girl”: ^3 Country (4), ^23 HAC (26); 37 AC (37)

Cher Lloyd:
“Want U Back”; ^41 Pop (43)

Chris Rene (US XF):
“Young Homie”: ^26 Pop (26)

“Outta My Head”: ^29 HAC (30)

Haley Reinhart:
“Free”: ^31 HAC (33); ^48 AAA (54)

Jennifer Hudson:
“Think Like A Man”: 22 UAC (20)

Jordin Sparks:
“Celebrate” feat. Whitney Houston: 47 AC (-)

Kelly Clarkson:
“Mr. Know It All”: 10 AC (8); ^28 Country (30)
“Stronger”: 5 HAC (5); 16 Pop (12), ^2 AC (2)

Kris Allen:
“The Vision of Love”: ^32 HAC (35)

Leah Labelle:
“Sexify”: 47 Urban (46)

“Good Morning”: 27 CAC (23)

Marcus Canty:
“Won’t Make a Fool Out of You”: 38 Urban (36)

One Direction (UK XF):
“One Thing” ^30 Pop (36)
“What Makes You Beautiful”: ^5 Pop (5); ^9 HAC (11); ^44 RHY (44), ^30 AC (32)

Rebecca Fergusen:
“Nothing’s Real But Love”: ^50 HAC 51

Ruben Studdard:
“June 28th (I’m Single)”: 24 UAC (23)

Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the position on the chart the previous week. The “^” (aka “a bullet”) indicates that a song gained spins since last week

Adds listed on AllAccess:
May 29: Pop: Adam Lambert: “Never Close Our Eyes”
June 5: Pop: Kelly Clarkson: “Dark Side”
June 18: Country: Casey James: “Cryin’ on a Suitcase”

This is the daily numbers thread for Monday. Stats collected on Sunday night.

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