What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger passed the 2 million mark her 3rd song to do so!! In a couple of weeks she will have 4!
Kelly Clarkson's former #1 smash "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" holds at #2 for the second week. The song tops the 2 million mark in digital sales this week. It's Clarkson's third song to reach that plateau, following "My Life Would Suck Without You" (2,601,000) and "Since U Been Gone" (2,449,000). Clarkson will soon land her fourth 2 million seller. Jason Aldean's "Don't You Wanna Stay," on which she is featured, is up to 1,986,000.
MICHAEL JACKSON The King of Pop
Over 750 Million Records Sold | 17 #1 Singles | 736 + Presidential Awards Won | CAREER Lasting 4 Decades | Most Successful Artist Ever | Influenced Millions |31 GUINNESS World Records| Greatest Performer Ever | Ultimate Icon/Legend | Best Selling Album Ever |
~Humanitarian :Donated over $300 million to charities
~Most Iconic Dance Ever : Moonwalk
Kelly Clarkson: At the rate her "Stronger" album is selling (666,000 and counting), it should soon surpass the totals of her last two releases: 2009's "All I Ever Wanted" (941,000) and 2007's "My December" (829,000). "Stronger" was released on Oct. 24 and has never sold less than 15,000 copies in any given week. This week, it climbs from No. 20 to No. 16 with 16,000 (up 1%). The original "American Idol" champion's biggest selling album remains her second, 2005's "Breakway," with 6.2 million sold in the U.S.