Daniel Powter's BAD DAY has offered the Canadian pop star another week of good days after topping the US charts for a second week. The international hit not only tops the Billboard Hot 100, it's also number one on America's Pop 100 and the Hot Digital Songs chart for a third week. Sean Paul's TEMPERATURE and James Blunt's YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL hold at numbers two and three respectively. The highest new entry on the chart belongs to country star Tim Mcgraw, whose WHEN THE STARS GO BLUE debuts at number 57.
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