Category Archives: Charts

All "Blackout" Releases Leave UK Chart

For the first time since October 2007, Britney hasn’t got any releases in the UK top 75 charts, as “Blackout,” “Piece Of Me” and “Break The Ice” all leave the albums and singles chart this week. This is only the second week in its run since release that “Blackout” will not have been in the top 75, having sold over around 250,000 copies in the UK, including around 120,000 this year alone.

Info On Britney's New How I Met Your Mother Episode

Good news BRITNEY fans! “The Insider” has just confirmed that the singer turned special guest star will be back to reprise her role as Abby on “How I Met Your Mother” for their May 12 episode on CBS. Production begins today.

The synopsis of the episode, “Everything Must Go,” was released by 20th Century Fox: “Barney and Abby realize that they have one thing in common, their mutual hatred of Ted. The new ‘couple’ decides to go to the bar to flaunt their new relationship in Ted’s face. Desperate to get a rise out of his former pal, Barney pops a surprising question to Abby. ”

Executive Producer CRAIG THOMAS says he is “thrilled” to have Britney back. “We’re all so thrilled to have Britney joining us once again. And just to head it off at the pass this time around: ‘Yes, Mom, Britney’s very nice and no, I can’t get her autograph for you.’ ”

Source: The Insider

UK Chart Update For Week Ending April 20th

“Break The Ice” climbs 8 places this week to #15 in the official UK singles chart after the physical release.  Unfortunately, this is Britney’s lowest charting single to date in the UK, after “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll” peaked at #13 back in 2002.

On a more positive note, “Blackout” shoots up 18 places to #25 this week in the official albums chart.

UK Chart Update For Week Ending April 6th

“Break The Ice” climbs 11 places to #25 (based on digital downloads) while “Piece Of Me” falls 6 places this week in the official UK singles chart.  The “Break The Ice” single is still set for release on April 14th.

In the official album chart, “Blackout” is down 4 places to #56.