Katy Perry's "Roar" is Longest-Running N.1 in Australia

Posted on October 20, 2013



Katy Perry's "Roar" is No.1 for the 8th week in the ARIA Singles Chart and the longest-running No.1 of the year along with Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines".

Katy also holds the record of longest run at the top of the chart for a female artist this decade, beating Adele's seven-week run with "Someone Like You" in June 2011. The last female artist to hold this long at No.1 was Kesha for her hit "Tik Tok" in 2009.
Avicii's "Hey Brother" has soared 12 spots to No.2. The track is the Swedish DJ's third top-five hit, joining "I Could Be the One" and "Wake Me Up".
At No.3 is "Bonfire Heart" for James Blunt.
Former X Factor Australia finalist Nathaniel's debut single "You" has risen five spots to No.4.
A joint tour for Pitbull and Kesha may have been cancelled but that hasn't stopped them making the top 5. 
The collaboration Timber has debuted at No.6. 
Redfoo drops back four spots to No.7 with "Let's Get Ridiculous", followed by Jessica Mauboy with "Pop a Bottle" at No.8.
Jason DeRulo's new track "Marry Me" is up six places to a new peak of No.9. This becomes his 10th Top 10 single.
Drake holds on to 10th position with "Hold on, We're Going Home".

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