'Blurred Lines' Is Now Officially Over
After dominating the Billboard Hot 100
for 12-consecutive weeks, Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines
" moved down from number one to two Wednesday on the magazine's highly competitive chart
. The new champion (or eye of the tiger, as she would sing it): Katy Perry's
," which somehow marks her eighth number-one hit to date. (To put it in perspective: Beyonce only has five.)
Rounding out the top 5: Eminem's "Berzerk"; Miley Cyurs' "We Can't Stop"; and Jay Z's "Holy Grail" (feat. Justin Timberlake).
Happy end of summer!
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