Here’s the video for the season 7 goodbye song on American Idol, featuring Ferras on what seemed to be the best goodbye song yet.
In the meantime, Fergie has just launched another hit single called Finally which is gaining a lot of rotation. According to Radio and Records, Finally is one of the highest Top 40 scores seen this year. And speaking of Radio and Records, here is the latest update on the movement of hits based on R&R’s Top 40/CHR chart.
Four For Flo Rida; Three Tracks Enter Top 10
While Flo Rida holds for a fourth week at No. 1 with “Low,” the top 10 sees the most turnover since July 2004 as three songs move into the upper region of the list. Sara Bareilles hits top 10 pay dirt with her first single “Love Song” (11-6, up 1,192). Though “Sorry” is not Buckcherry’s first single, it is the band’s first CHR/Top 40 chart appearance, and now its first top 10 (12-8). Rounding out the invasion is Linkin Park with “Shadow Of The Day” (13-10), its first top 10 since “Numb” in 2004.
Mariah Carey takes Most Increased Plays for a second straight week as “Touch My Body” moves 32-23 (up 1,380). Usher returns to the chart for the first time since 2005 as he leads a trio of new titles onto the list with “Love In This Club” at No. 32. Leona Lewis, winner of‘s U.K. talent search program “The X-Factor,” debuts at No. 34 with “Bleeding Love,” a track co-written by and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder. Rounding out the debuts is Cherish at No. 37 with “Killa.”–Silvio Pietroluongo