Katy Perry makes Billboard chart history with fifth No. 1
Her latest single, "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)," has become her fifth No. 1 song off her "Teenage Dream" album.
The song hit the top position on Billboard's Pop Song chart Monday (August 4), making her the only artist in the chart's almost 20 year history to accomplish such a feat. Her singles also make up for five out of the six most weekly radio plays ever.
Perry has had a monumental year. There is no denying that. In addition to her five No. 1s, she is also the only artist in history to be VMA-nominated for four separate videos in a single year and her movie debut in "The Smurfs" just barely missed the top of the box office.
If "Last Friday Night" reaches No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, she will join the likes of Michael Jackson who had five No. 1s on the Hot 100 from his album "Bad."
Seriously, can she be stopped?