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<p>Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience"</p>

Justin Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience

Have you heard of the 800 lb. gorilla? Next week, Justin Timberlake will be the 800,000 lb. gorilla as it looks like “The 20/20 Experience” will sell up to 800,000 copies, making it the fifth biggest debut of the decade.

Sales projections for “20/20” keep increasing. At the beginning of the week, it appeared that his first album in seven years would sell at least 500,000; then the number soared to 750,000 and with two days left until the chart close, it’s at 800,000, according to Hits Daily Double.

At that rate, the title will handily sell more than the rest of the nine titles in Billboard 200 top 10 combined. In fact, no one else looks to even top 50,000 copies.

In addition to Timberlake, the other debuts will be Kacey Musgraves’ excellent “Same Trailer, Different Park” (read our interview with the up-and-comer here) at No. 4, with sales of around 40,000, and an expanded edition of the soundtrack to “Les Miserables” at No. 7.

Otherwise, it looks like Bruno Mars’ “Unorthodox Jukebox” will be at No. 2, Luke Bryan’s “Spring Break…Here To Party” at No. 3 and this week’s No. 1, Bon Jovi’s “What About Now” at No. 5.

Pink’s “The Truth About Love” climbs several notches to No. 6 on the strength of her well-received concert tour and her new single with fun.s’ Nate Ruess, “///. Rihanna’s “Unapologetic” is at No. 8,  Mumford & Sons’ “Babel” at No. 9, and Imagine Dragons’ “Night Visions” at No. 10, according to Hits Daily Double.

David Bowie’s “The Next Day” which bowed at No. 2 this week, likely drops to No. 11 with sales of 21,000-24,000.

In case you’re wondering, the top two biggest debuts of the decade so far belong to Taylor Swift, followed by Lady Gaga and Lil Wayne. Read more at http://www.hitfix.com/news/justin-timberlakes-the-20-20-experience-dominates-next-weeks-billboard-200#zThmwysDedYuoVgE.99


1. Barbara Streisand’s Sheer Pantsuit (1969)

2. Demi Moore’s Bike Shorts with a Bustier and Huge Coat (1989)

Demi Moore's Bike Shorts with a Bustier and Huge Coat (1989)

Image by Darlene Hammond/Hulton Archive / Getty Images

3. Bon Jovi’s Baggy Purple Velvet Tux (1991)

Bon Jovi's Baggy Purple Velvet Tux (1991)

4. Geena Davis’ Pink Tutu (1992)

Geena Davis' Pink Tutu (1992)

5. Whoopi Goldberg as Mary Poppins Meets Barney (1993)

Whoopi Goldberg as Mary Poppins Meets Barney (1993)

Via: WireImage

6. Lizzy Gardiner’s Dress Made Out of American Express Gold Cards (1995)

Lizzy Gardiner's Dress Made Out of American Express Gold Cards (1995)

7. Nicole Kidman as a Curtain with Tasseled Trim (1997)

Nicole Kidman as a Curtain with Tasseled Trim (1997)

She basically dressed as a drawing room.

Image by Kevin Mazur/WireImage

8. Juliette Binoche as Velvet Dracula (1997)

Juliette Binoche as Velvet Dracula (1997)

9. Celine Dion in This All-White Getup (1999)

Celine Dion in This All-White Getup (1999)

She basically wore white pants, a long-sleeved turtleneck, and a fedora.

Image by Stringer / Getty Images

10. Trey Parker and Matt Stone as J.Lo and Gwyneth Paltrow (2000)

Trey Parker and Matt Stone as J.Lo and Gwyneth Paltrow (2000)

Image by David McNew / Getty Images

11. Faith Hill as Technicolor Cotton Candy (2001)

Faith Hill as Technicolor Cotton Candy (2001)

Image by Vince Bucci / Getty Images

12. Juliette Binoche as a Flapper (2001)

Juliette Binoche as a Flapper (2001)

She looks fine, almost, but the Oscars are not a costume party!

Image by Chris Weeks / Getty Images

13. Björk’s Swan Dress (2001)

Bj&ouml;rk's Swan Dress (2001)

“Stop looking at me, swan!”

Via: SGranitz

14. Diane Keaton as Charlie Chaplin (2004)

Diane Keaton as Charlie Chaplin (2004)

Image by Vince Bucci/Stringer / Getty Images

15. Sally Kirkland’s Exploding Tent Dress (2007)

Sally Kirkland's Exploding Tent Dress (2007)

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Adele’s ‘Someone Like You‘ most sung karaoke song of 2012

Adele's 'Someone Like You' most sung karaoke song of 2012

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Someone Like You’ beats Carly Rae Jepsen and One Direction to the top spot

Karaoke website Lucky Voice has released the 10 most popular songs on their website, which is topped by Adele’s hit single ‘Someone Like You’. Of the 3.1 million songs recorded by LuckyVoice, ‘Someone Like You’ accounts for 7.4 per cent of all plays.

Adele took the lead by a large margin, beating Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ into second place, with the pop earworm accounting for 5.4 per cent of song plays. Meanwhile, ‘That’s What Makes You Beautiful‘ by boy band One Direction finished third. Adele also appears in fourth and sixth position, with ‘Rolling In The Deep‘ and ‘Make You Feel My Love.’ Other artists in the Top 10 include Bon Jovi, Journey and Queen.

The Top 10 most popular songs on luckyvoice.com

1. ‘Someone Like You’ – Adele (7.4 per cent)
2. ‘Call Me Maybe’ – Carly Rae Jepsen (5.4 per cent)
3. ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ – One Direction (4.2 per cent)
4. ‘Rolling In The Deep’ – Adele (4.1 per cent)
5. ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ – Queen (3.7 per cent)
6. ‘Make You Feel My Love’ – Adele (3.6 per cent)
7. ‘Livin’ On A Prayer‘ – Bon Jovi (2.7 per cent)
8. ‘Sexy And I Know It‘ – LMFAO (2.4 per cent)
9. ‘Don’t Stop Believin” – Journey (1.7 per cent)
10. ‘Somebody That I Used To Know‘ – Gotye feat Kimbra (1.6 per cent)

source: nme magz

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