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post May 27 2016, 06:04 PM
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TARAELLA PRINCESS SPIRIT CHART
27 MAY 2016

Brought to you by the Princess's Spirit (explained here http://bit.ly/1tLfKt4 )

I. MESSAGE OF THE WEEK
Many futuristic dystopias have landed with great impact on the book and movie worlds in recent years, with The Hunger Games series and the Divergent series probably being the most popular. Why do people love future dystopias? I think the answer can be found in the fact that these stories revolve around strong characters. But do we need the context of unrealistic made-up future dystopias to show us this 'strength'?
Read more here http://bit.ly/1NHzqIi

II. CHARTBEAT
1. Kelsea Ballerini holds onto the top spot after a close contest against Hailee Steinfeld.
2. In day-by-day analysis, Kelsea Ballerini was #1 for 3 days, Hailee Steinfeld was #1 for 3 days, and Carly Rae Jepsen was #1 for 1 day.
3. Flashback: In 2004, American Idol finalist Diana DeGarmo scored a ninth #1 this week with Don't Cry Out Loud, just a few weeks after her first chart topper. Nobody else, before or after that, has ever accumulated number ones at this speed.

III. ELITE TOP 5
1. Kelsea Ballerini - Peter Pan (debut 5/16; 2 weeks #1)
2. Hailee Steinfield - Rock Bottom (debut 4/16; 2 weeks + 3 days #1)
3. Carly Rae Jepsen - Boy Problems (debut 5/16; 1 day #1)
4. Haley Reinhart - Better (debut 5/16; 1 day #1)
5. Nina Nesbitt - Chewing Gum (debut 4/16; 2 weeks #1)

IV. REST OF THE BEST

6. Meghan Trainor - No (debut 4/16; 1 week #1)
7. Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman (debut 4/16; Peak #6)
8. Charlie Puth + MULTIPLE VERSIONS - We Don't Talk Anymore (debut 4/16; Peak #4)
9. Taylor Swift - New Romantics (debut 4/16; Peak #8)
10. Adele - When We Were Young (debut 1/16; 2 weeks #1)

11. Dami Im - Sound of Silence (debut 5/16; Peak #11)
12. Meghan Trainor - Me Too (debut 5/16; Peak #12)
13. Dove Cameron - Genie in a Bottle (debut 4/16; Peak #3)
14. One Direction + MULTIPLE VERSIONS - History (debut 1/16; 1 week #1)
15. Adele + MULTIPLE VERSIONS - Hello (debut 11/15; 5 weeks #1)

16. Lea Michele - This Time (debut 3/15; 7 weeks #1; 2015 EOY #1)
17. Glee Cast - You Have More Friends Than You Know (debut 4/13; 28 weeks #1; 2013 EOY #1)
18. Charlie Puth - One Call Away (debut 1/16; 1 week #1)
19. Demi Lovato - Confident (debut 11/15; 1 day #1)
20. Selena Gomez - Same Old Love (debut 10/15; 1 week #1)


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post May 28 2016, 10:56 AM
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Hi Taraella,

Hailee Steinfeld and Dami-In are 2 new songs bubbling under in Holland
Good chart.
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