List of UK top 10 singles in 2011

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The UK Singles Chart is one of many music charts compiled by the Official Charts Company that calculates the best-selling singles of the week in the United Kingdom.[1] Since 2004 the chart has been based on the sales of both physical singles and digital downloads, with airplay figures excluded from the official chart. This list shows singles that peaked in the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart during 2011, as well as songs which peaked in 2010 or 2012 but were in the top 10 in 2011. The entry date is when the song appeared in the top 10 for the first time (week ending, as published by the Official Charts Company, which is six days after the chart is announced).

One-hundred and thirty-eight singles were in the top ten in 2011. Twelve singles from 2010 remained in the top 10 for several weeks at the beginning of the year. "What's My Name?" by Rihanna featuring Drake and "Who's That Chick" by David Guetta featuring Rihanna were both songs from 2010 that reached their peak in 2011. "Good Feeling" by Flo Rida and "Paradise" from Coldplay both first charted in 2011 but reached their peak in 2012. artists scored multiple entries in the top 10 in 2011. Christina Perri, Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Little Mix and Rizzle Kicks were among the many artists who achieved their first UK charting top 10 single in 2011.

According to figures released by the Official Charts Company, 2011 saw the biggest amount of single sales since 2004, with around 178 million singles being purchased.[2]

The 2010 Christmas number-one, "When We Collide" by X Factor series 7 winner Matt Cardle remained at number-one for the first two weeks of 2011. The first new number-one single of the year was "What's My Name?" by Rihanna featuring Drake. Overall, thirty-one different songs peaked at number-one in 2011, with () having the most songs hit that position.

Background[edit]

Multiple entries[edit]

Rihanna had a total of seven top 10 singles in the course of the year, including the number-one songs "Only Girl (In the World)", What's My Name?" (featuring Drake) and "We Found Love" with Calvin Harris. "We Found Love" spent the longest time at number one in 2011, with six weeks on top of the charts. David Guetta's five top 10 singles included collaborations with Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj on "Where Them Girls At" and "Sweat" featuring Snoop Dogg. Jessie J and JLS both had four top ten singles in 2011.

Chart debuts[edit]

Fifty-seven artists achieved their first top 10 single in 2011, either as a lead or featured artist. Of these, five went on to record another hit single that year: Avicii, Little Mix, Nero, Skylar Grey and Wiz Khalifa. Ed Sheeran, Rizzle Kicks and Wretch 32 all scored two more top 10 singles in 2011. Jessie J had three other entries in her breakthrough year.

The following table (collapsed on desktop site) does not include acts who had previously charted as part of a group and secured their first top 10 solo single.

Artist Number of top 10s First entry Chart position Other entries
Jessie J 4 "Do It like a Dude" 2 "Price Tag" (1), "Nobody's Perfect" (9), "Who You Are" (8)
Diddy – Dirty Money 1 "Coming Home" 4
Skylar Grey 2 "Traktor" 4 "I Need a Doctor" (8)
Wretch 32 3 "Traktor" 5 "Unorthodox" (2), "Don't Go" (1)
L 1 "Traktor" 5
Liam Bailey 1 "Blind Faith" 5
DJ Frank E 1 "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" 5
Wiz Khalifa 2 "Black and Yellow" 5 "5 O'Clock" (6)
Parade 1 "Louder" 10
Lauren Bennett 1 "Party Rock Anthem" 1
GoonRock 1 "Party Rock Anthem" 1
Mann 1 "Buzzin'" 6
Nero 2 "Guilt" 8 "Promises" (1)
Aloe Blacc 1 "I Need a Dollar" 2
Afrojack 1 "Give Me Everything" 1
Nayer 1 "Give Me Everything" 1
Alexandra Stan 1 "Mr. Saxobeat" 3
Ed Sheeran 3 "The A Team" 3 "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" (4), "Lego House" (5)
Vato Gonzalez 1 "Badman Riddim (Jump)" 7
Foreign Beggars 1 "Badman Riddim (Jump)" 7
DJ Fresh 1 "Louder" 1
Sian Evans 1 "Louder" 1
Loick Essien 1 "How We Roll" 2
Tanya Lacey 1 "How We Roll" 2
Rizzle Kicks 3 "Down with the Trumpets" 8 "Heart Skips a Beat" (1), "When I Was a Youngster" (8)
Christina Perri 1 "Jar of Hearts" 4
Josh Kumra 1 "Don't Go" 1
Cover Drive 1 "Lick Ya Down" 9
Avicii 2 "Collide" 4 "Levels" (4)
Damien Rice 1 "Cannonball" 9
Sak Noel 1 "Loca People" 1
Bad Meets Evil 1 "Lighters" 1
Charlene Soraia 1 "Wherever You Will Go" 3
Lana Del Rey 1 "Video Games" 9
Pusha T 1 "What Do You Take Me For?" 10
The Wav.s 1 "Down for Whatever" 6
The X Factor Finalists 2011 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
2 Shoes 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Amelia Lily 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Craig Colton 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Frankie Cocozza 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
James Michael 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Janet Devlin 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Johnny Robinson 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Jonjo Kerr 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Kitty Brucknell 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Little Mix 2 "Wishing on a Star" 1 "Cannonball" (1)
Marcus Collins 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Misha B 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Nu Vibe 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Risk, TheThe Risk 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Sami Brookes 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Sophie Habibis 1 "Wishing on a Star" 1
Military Wives 1 "Wherever You Are" 1
Gareth Malone 1 "Wherever You Are" 1
Lou Monte 1 "Dominick the Donkey" 3
Alex Day 1 "Forever Yours" 4
Notes

Songs from films[edit]

Original songs from various films entered the top 10 throughout the year. These included "Iris" (from City of Angels, a re-entry due to the song's performance on The X Factor).

Charity singles[edit]

Best-selling songs[edit]

Adele had the best-selling single of the year with "Someone Like You". The song spent nine weeks in the top 10 (including five weeks at number one), sold over 1.24 million copies and was certified 3x platinum by the BPI (July 2013). "Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera came in second place, selling more than 1.04 million copies and losing out by around 200,000 sales. LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock's "Party Rock Anthem, "Price Tag" from Jessie J featuring B.o.B, and "We Found Love" by Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris made up the top five. Songs by Pitbull featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Adele ("Rolling in the Deep" and Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull were also in the top ten best-selling singles of the year.

Top-ten singles[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
Single peaked in 2010 but still in chart in 2011.
Single released in 2011 but peaked in 2012.
(#) Year-end top-ten single and rank
Entered The date that the song first appeared in the chart.
Peak Highest position that the song reached in the UK Singles Chart.
Entered
(week ending)
Weeks in
top ten
Single Artist (s) Peak Peak
reached
(week ending)
Weeks
at
peak
Singles in 2010
9 October 2010 4 "Make You Feel My Love"[a] Adele 4 9 October 2010 1
30 October 2010 9 "Firework" Perry, KatyKaty Perry 3 20 November 2010 1
6 November 2010 11 "Only Girl (In the World)" Rihanna 1 13 November 2010 2
20 November 2010 6 "The Flood" Take That 2 20 November 2010 2
27 November 2010 8 "Your Song" Goulding, EllieEllie Goulding 2 4 December 2010 2
27 November 2010 8 "Like a G6" Far East Movement (featuring The Cataracs & Dev) 5 11 December 2010 1
27 November 2010 8 "The Time (Dirty Bit)" The Black Eyed Peas 1 18 December 2010 1
4 December 2010 4 "Thinking of Me"[b] Murs, OllyOlly Murs 4 4 December 2010 1
4 December 2010 10 "What's My Name?" Rihanna (featuring Drake) 1 15 January 2011 1
11 December 2010 4 "Who's That Chick?"[c] Guetta, DavidDavid Guetta (featuring Rihanna) 6 22 January 2011 1
18 December 2010 4 "Whip My Hair" Smith, WillowWillow Smith 2 18 December 2010 1
25 December 2010 5 "When We Collide" Cardle, MattMatt Cardle 1 25 December 2010 3
Singles in 2011
1 January 2011 4 "Lights On"[d] Katy B (featuring Ms. Dynamite) 4 1 January 2011 3
15 January 2011 6 "Do It like a Dude"[e] Jessie J 2 22 January 2011 1
22 January 2011 9 "Grenade" (#7) Mars, BrunoBruno Mars 1 22 January 2011 2
22 January 2011 3 "Eyes Wide Shut" [f] JLS (featuring Tinie Tempah) 8 26 February 2011 1
29 January 2011 10 "Rolling in the Deep" (#9) Adele 2 29 January 2011 1
29 January 2011 4 "Coming Home" Diddy-Dirty Money (featuring Skylar Grey) 4 29 January 2011 2
29 January 2011 2 "Traktor" Wretch 32 (featuring L) 5 29 January 2011 1
29 January 2011 2 "Hold It Against Me" Spears, BritneyBritney Spears 6 29 January 2011 1
29 January 2011 1 "Like U Like" Aggro Santos (featuring Kimberley Walsh) 8 29 January 2011 1
5 February 2011 3 "We R Who We R" Kesha 1 5 February 2011 1
5 February 2011 2 "Blind Faith" Chase & Status (featuring Liam Bailey) 5 5 February 2011 1
5 February 2011 7 "Yeah 3x" Brown, ChrisChris Brown 6 19 February 2011 2
13 February 2011 10 "Price Tag" (#4) Jessie J (featuring B.o.B) 1 13 February 2011 2
13 February 2011 2 "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" Enrique Iglesias (featuring Ludacris & DJ Frank E) 5 13 February 2011 1
13 February 2011 3 "Higher" Taio Cruz (featuring Kylie Minogue & Travie McCoy) 8 13 February 2011 2
19 February 2011 5 "Champion" Chipmunk (featuring Chris Brown) 2 19 February 2011 1
19 February 2011 7 "Born This Way" Lady Gaga 3 19 February 2011 2
26 February 2011 9 "Someone Like You" (#1) Adele 1 26 February 2011 5
26 February 2011 8 "S&M"[g] Rihanna 3 5 March 2011 3
5 March 2011 3 "Good Girl" Alexis Jordan 6 5 March 2011 1
5 March 2011 1 "F**kin' Perfect" P!nk 10 5 March 2011 1
19 March 2011 5 "Black and Yellow" Wiz Khalifa 5 19 March 2011 1
26 March 2011 5 "Don't Hold Your Breath" Nicole Scherzinger 1 26 March 2011 1
26 March 2011 2 "Gold Forever" The Wanted 3 26 March 2011 1
26 March 2011 3 "I Need a Doctor" Dr. Dre (featuring Eminem & Skylar Grey) 8 26 March 2011 1
26 March 2011 1 "Louder" Parade 10 26 March 2011 1
2 April 2011 5 "Just Can't Get Enough" The Black Eyed Peas 3 2 April 2011 1
9 April 2011 8 "On the Floor" (#10) Jennifer Lopez (featuring Pitbull) 1 9 April 2011 2
9 April 2011 12 "Party Rock Anthem" (#3) LMFAO (featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock) 1 23 April 2011 4
9 April 2011 1 "Broken Record" Katy B 8 9 April 2011 1
16 April 2011 5 "E.T." Katy Perry (featuring Kanye West) 3 23 April 2011 1
16 April 2011 4 "Buzzin'" Mann (featuring 50 Cent) 6 16 April 2011 1
16 April 2011 9 "Sweat" Snoop Dogg vs. David Guetta 4 23 April 2011 1
17 April 8 "Beautiful People" Chris Brown (featuring Benny Benassi) 4 1 May 2
24 April 3 "Unorthodox" Wretch 32 (featuring Example) 2 24 April 1
24 April 2 "Fast Car"[h] Tracy Chapman 4 24 April 1
24 April 3 "Judas"[i] Lady Gaga 8 22 May 1
1 May 7 "The Lazy Song" Bruno Mars 1 15 May 1
1 May 1 "Guilt" Nero 8 1 May 1
8 May 3 "Where Them Girls At" David Guetta (featuring Flo Rida & Nicki Minaj) 3 8 May 2
8 May 2 "Nobody's Perfect" Jessie J 9 8 May 1
8 May 8 "I Need a Dollar" Aloe Blacc 2 5 June 1
15 May 12 "Give Me Everything" (#6) Pitbull (featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer) 1 22 May 3
15 May 4 "The Edge of Glory"[j] Lady Gaga 6 15 May 2
29 May 7 "Mr. Saxobeat" Alexandra Stan 3 5 June 1
29 May 1 "Notorious" The Saturdays 8 29 May 1
29 May 1 "Save the World" Swedish House Mafia 10 29 May 1
5 June 1 "What a Feeling" Alex Gaudino (featuring Kelly Rowland) 6 5 June 1
5 June 1 "California King Bed" Rihanna 8 5 June 1
5 June 3 "I'm Into You" Jennifer Lopez (featuring Lil Wayne) 9 12 June 1
12 June 7 "Changed the Way You Kiss Me" Example 1 12 June 2
12 June 3 "Right There" Nicole Scherzinger (featuring 50 Cent) 3 12 June 1
12 June 2 "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" [k] Coldplay 6 12 June 1
12 June 1 "Bass Down Low" Dev (featuring The Cataracs) 10 12 June 1
19 June 6 "Bounce" Calvin Harris (featuring Kelis) 2 19 June 1
19 June 13 "The A Team"[n] (#8) Ed Sheeran 3 19 June 4
19 June 1 "Spaceship" Tinchy Stryder & Dappy 5 19 June 1
26 June 5 "Don't Wanna Go Home" Jason Derulo 1 26 June 2
26 June 1 "Badman Riddim (Jump)" Vato Gonzalez (featuring Foreign Beggars) 7 26 June 1
3 July 7 "Best Thing I Never Had" Beyoncé 3 3 July 1
3 July 5 "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Katy Perry 9 3 July 3
10 July 6 "Louder" DJ Fresh (featuring Sian Evans) 1 10 July 1
10 July 5 "How We Roll" Loick Essien featuring Tanya Lacey 2 10 July 1
17 July 6 "Glad You Came" The Wanted 1 17 July 2
31 July 4 "She Makes Me Wanna" JLS (featuring Dev) 1 31 July 1
31 July 1 "Back to Black"[l] Amy Winehouse 8 31 July 1
31 July 2 "Super Bass" Nicki Minaj 8 7 August 1
7 August 2 "Swagger Jagger" Cher Lloyd 1 7 August 1
7 August 4 "Little Bad Girl" David Guetta (featuring Taio Cruz & Ludacris) 4 14 August 1
7 August 4 "Down with the Trumpets" Rizzle Kicks 8 14 August 3
14 August 2 "Promises" Nero 1 14 August 1
14 August 9 "Jar of Hearts"[q] Christina Perri 4 21 August 2
21 August 3 "Don't Go" Wretch 32 (featuring Josh Kumra) 1 21 August 1
21 August 2 "Heaven" Emeli Sandé 2 21 August 1
21 August 16 "Moves Like Jagger" (#2) Maroon 5 (featuring Christina Aguilera) 2 4 September 7
28 August 6 "Heart Skips a Beat" Olly Murs (featuring Rizzle Kicks) 1 28 August 1
28 August 4 "Feel So Close" Calvin Harris 2 28 August 1
28 August 4 "Jealousy"[m] Will Young 5 28 August 1
4 September 3 "Stay Awake" Example 1 4 September 1
4 September 2 "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" Ed Sheeran 4 4 September 1
4 September 1 "Lick Ya Down" Cover Drive 9 4 September 1
4 September 2 "Party All Night (Sleep All Day)" Sean Kingston 9 11 September 1
11 September 4 "All About Tonight" Pixie Lott 1 11 September 1
11 September 2 "All Fired Up" The Saturdays 3 11 September 1
11 September 2 "Collide" Leona Lewis & Avicii 4 11 September 1
18 September 5 "What Makes You Beautiful" One Direction 1 18 September 1
25 September 3 "No Regrets" Dappy 1 25 September 1
25 September 3 "It Girl" Jason Derulo 4 25 September 1
25 September 3 "I Won't Let You Go" James Morrison 5 25 September 1
25 September 1 "Cannonball"[o] Damien Rice 9 25 September 1
2 October 3 "Loca People" Sak Noel 1 2 October 1
2 October 2 "Iris" [p] Goo Goo Dolls 3 2 October 1
2 October 2 "Lighters" Bad Meets Evil (featuring Bruno Mars) 10 2 October 2
9 October 14 "We Found Love" (#5) Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris 1 9 October 6
9 October 7 "Sexy and I Know It" LMFAO 5 9 October 1
16 October[3] 3 "Stereo Hearts" Gym Class Heroes featuring Adam Levine 3 16 October 1
16 October[3] 1 "Run for Your Life" Matt Cardle 6 16 October 1
16 October[3] 4 "Wherever You Will Go" Charlene Soraia 3 23 October 1
23 October 2 "Lightning" The Wanted 2 23 October 1
23 October 3 "Mr. Know It All" Kelly Clarkson 4 30 October 1
23 October 1 "Video Games" Lana Del Rey 9 23 October 1
23 October 4 "Without You"[r] David Guetta featuring Usher 6 20 November 1
30 October 4 "Read All About It" Professor Green (featuring Emeli Sandé) 1 30 October 2
30 October 9 "Earthquake" Labrinth (featuring Tinie Tempah) 2 30 October 1
30 October 1 "When I Was a Youngster" Rizzle Kicks 8 30 October 1
6 November 2 "With Ur Love" Cher Lloyd (featuring Mike Posner) 4 6 November 1
6 November 8 "Lego House" Ed Sheeran 5 13 November 2
13 November 2 "Take a Chance on Me" JLS 2 13 November 1
13 November 1 "What Do You Take Me For?" Pixie Lott (featuring Pusha T) 10 13 November 1
20 November 11 "Good Feeling" Flo Rida 1 8 January 2012 1
20 November 1 "Gotta Be You" One Direction 3 20 November 1
27 November 8 "Dance with Me Tonight" Olly Murs 1 11 December 1
27 November 8 "Levels" Avicii 4 27 November 2
27 November 2 "Down for Whatever" Kelly Rowland (featuring The WAV.s) 6 27 November 1
27 November 1 "Take Care" Drake (featuring Rihanna) 9 27 November 1
27 November 1 "Nothing's Real but Love" Rebecca Ferguson 10 27 November 1
4 December 2 "Wishing on a Star" The X Factor Finalists 2011 (featuring JLS & One Direction) 1 4 December 1
4 December 2 "Who You Are" Jessie J 8 4 December 1
11 December 6 "Dedication to My Ex (Miss That)" Lloyd (featuring André 3000 & Lil Wayne) 3 11 December 1
11 December 2 "5 O'Clock" T-Pain (featuring Lily Allen & Wiz Khalifa) 6 11 December 1
11 December 7 "Paradise" Coldplay 1 1 January 2012 1
18 December 3 "Cannonball" Little Mix 1 18 December 1
18 December 1 "Hurt" Leona Lewis 8 18 December 1
25 December 2 "Wherever You Are" Military Wives (featuring Gareth Malone) 1 25 December 1
25 December 1 "Dominick the Donkey" Lou Monte 3 25 December 1
25 December 1 "Forever Yours" Alex Day 4 25 December 1

Entries by artist[edit]

The following table shows artists who achieved two or more top 10 entries in 2011, including songs that reached their peak in 2010 or 2012. The figures include both main artists and featured artists, while appearances on ensemble charity records are also counted for each artist. The total number of weeks an artist spent in the top ten in 2011 is also shown.

Entries Artist Country of origin Weeks Songs
7 Rihanna  Barbados "California King Bed", "Only Girl (In the World)", "S&M", "Take Care", "We Found Love", "What's My Name?", "Who's That Chick?"
5 David Guetta  France "Little Bad Girl", "Sweat", "Where Them Girls At", "Who's That Chick?", "Without You"
4 Jessie J  United Kingdom "Do It like a Dude", "Nobody's Perfect", "Price Tag", "Who You Are"
JLS  United Kingdom "Eyes Wide Shut", "She Makes Me Wanna", "Take a Chance on Me", "Wishing on a Star"
3 Adele  United Kingdom "Make You Feel My Love", "Rolling in the Deep", "Someone like You"
Bruno Mars  United States "Grenade", "The Lazy Song", "Lighters"
Calvin Harris  Scotland "Bounce", "Feel So Close", "We Found Love"
Chris Brown  United States "Beautiful People", "Champion", "Yeah 3x"
Dev  United States "Bass Down Low", "Like a G6", "She Makes Me Wanna"
Ed Sheeran  United Kingdom "The A Team", "Lego House", "You Need Me, I Don't Need You"
Example  United Kingdom "Changed the Way You Kiss Me", "Stay Awake", "Unorthodox"
Katy Perry  United States "E.T.", "Firework", "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"
Lady Gaga  United States "Born This Way", "The Edge of Glory", "Judas"
Olly Murs  United Kingdom "Dance with Me Tonight", "Heart Skips a Beat", "Thinking of Me"
One Direction  United Kingdom/ Ireland "Gotta Be You", "What Makes You Beautiful", "Wishing on a Star"
Rizzle Kicks  United Kingdom "Down with the Trumpets", "Heart Skips a Beat", "When I Was a Youngster"
The Wanted  United Kingdom/ Ireland "Glad You Came", "Gold Forever", "Lightning"
Wretch 32  United Kingdom "Don't Go", "Traktor", "Unorthodox"
2 50 Cent  United States "Buzzin'", "Right There"
Adam Levine  United States "Moves like Jagger", "Stereo Hearts"
Avicii  Sweden "Collide", "Levels"
The Black Eyed Peas  United States "Just Can't Get Enough", "The Time (Dirty Bit)"
The Cataracs  United States "Bass Down Low", "Like a G6"
Cher Lloyd  United Kingdom "Swagger Jagger", "With Ur Love"
Coldplay  United Kingdom "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall", "Paradise"
Dappy  United Kingdom "No Regrets", "Spaceship"
Drake  Canada "Take Care", "What's My Name?"
Emeli Sandé  Scotland "Heaven", "Read All About It"
Eminem  United States "I Need a Doctor", "Lighters"
Flo Rida  United States "Good Feeling", "Where Them Girls At"
Jason Derulo  United States "Don't Wanna Go Home", "It Girl"
Jennifer Lopez  United States "I'm Into You", "On the Floor"
Katy B  United Kingdom "Broken Record", "Lights On"
Kelly Rowland  United States "Down for Whatever", "What a Feeling"
Leona Lewis  United Kingdom "Collide", "Hurt"
Lil Wayne  United States "Dedication to My Ex (Miss That)", "I'm Into You"
Little Mix  United Kingdom "Cannonball", "Wishing on a Star"
LMFAO  United States "Party Rock Anthem", "Sexy and I Know It"
Ludacris  United States "Little Bad Girl", "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)"
Matt Cardle  United Kingdom "Run for Your Life", "When We Collide"
Nero  United Kingdom "Guilt", "Promises"
Nicki Minaj  Trinidad and Tobago "Super Bass", "Where Them Girls At"
Nicole Scherzinger  United States "Don't Hold Your Breath", "Right There"
Pitbull  United States "Give Me Everything", "On the Floor"
Pixie Lott  United Kingdom "All About Tonight", "What Do You Take Me For?"
The Saturdays  United Kingdom/ Ireland "All Fired Up", "Notorious"
Skylar Grey  United States "Coming Home", "I Need a Doctor"
Taio Cruz  United Kingdom "Higher", "Little Bad Girl"
Tinie Tempah  United Kingdom "Earthquake", "Eyes Wide Shut"
Travie McCoy  United States "Higher", "Stereo Hearts"
Wiz Khalifa  United States "5 O'Clock", "Black and Yellow"

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Make You Feel My Love" re-entered the top 10 at number 7 on 16 January following usage on Dancing on Ice.
  2. ^ "Thinking of Me" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 2 January.
  3. ^ "Who's That Chick?" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 9 January.
  4. ^ "Lights On" re-entered the top 10 at number 4 on 9 January.
  5. ^ "Do It Like a Dude" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 6 March following the release of the album, Who You Are.
  6. ^ "Eyes Wide Shut" re-entered the top 10 at number 8 on 20 February following physical release.
  7. ^ "S&M" re-entered the top 10 at number 7 on 17 April following the release of a remix featuring Britney Spears.
  8. ^ "Fast Car" re-entered the top 10 at number 4 on 24 April following usage on Britain's Got Talent.[4]
  9. ^ "Judas" re-entered the top 10 at number 8 on 22 May following a performance at Radio 1's Big Weekend.
  10. ^ "The Edge of Glory" re-entered the top 10 at number 8 on 26 June following the release of the accompanying music video.
  11. ^ "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 3 July following a performance at Glastonbury Festival.
  12. ^ "Back to Black" entered the top 10 at number 8 on 31 July following the death of Amy Winehouse, having originally peaked at number 25 upon release in 2007.[5]
  13. ^ "Jealousy" re-entered the top 10 at number 9 on 18 September following a price reduction on iTunes.
  14. ^ "The A Team" re-entered the top 10 at number 7 on 25 September and again at number 9 on 16 October following usage on The X Factor.[3]
  15. ^ "Cannonball" entered the top 10 at number 9 on 25 September following usage on The X Factor, having originally peaked at number 19 upon release in 2004.
  16. ^ "Iris" entered the top 10 at number 3 on 2 October following usage on The X Factor, having originally peaked at number 26 upon release in 1999.
  17. ^ "Jar of Hearts" re-entered the top 10 at number 4 on 16 October following usage on The X Factor and again on 20 November at number 10 following a performance on Strictly Come Dancing.[3]
  18. ^ "Without You" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 6 November following a price reduction on iTunes.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Official UK Charts Company". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 8 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "The Top 20 biggest selling singles of 2011 revealed". Official Charts Company. 2 January 2012. Retrieved 12 February 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Steps win chart battle with Ultimate Collection". Official Charts Company. 16 October 2011. Retrieved 11 February 2012. 
  4. ^ "Britain's Got Talent helps Fast Car speed into chart". BBC News. British Broadcasting Corporation. 24 April 2011. Retrieved 10 February 2012. 
  5. ^ Walker, Peter (31 July 2011). "Amy Winehouse's Back to Black tops UK album chart". Guardian Online. Guardian News and Media Limited. Retrieved 10 February 2012.