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Newly-crowned "Idol" champion Scotty Mc Creery's "I Love You This Big" blasts in at No. 11, Scotty Mc Creery, "I Love You This Big" As previously reported, Mc Creery scores the highest debut on Country Songs for a new artist since the chart converted to Nielsen BDS data in 1990. Alaina logs the highest Hot 100 arrival since 2005 for a runner-up's single released alongside an "Idol" finale: 2004, n/a, Diana De Garmo (no single released) 2005, No. 60, Katharine Mc Phee, "My Destiny" 2007, n/a, Blake Lewis (no single released) 2008, No. 20, Lauren Alaina, "Like My Mother Does" (Lambert, Archuleta and Mc Phee each charted higher on the Hot 100 with tracks other than their official finale singles, while De Garmo started at No. 82, "1st Time," Yung Joc featuring Marques Houston & Trey Songz 2011, No. 74, "Rise Above 1," Reeve Carney featuring Bono & the Edge EMPIRE STATE OF MIND: The "Glee" cast heads toward its summer vacation by sending five songs onto the Hot 100 from its May 24 second-season finale.
11, making the country singer the ninth of the Fox series' 10 winners to launch their debut track at No. Lee De Wyze snapped the streak last year when his cover of U2's "Beautiful Day" debuted and peaked at No. Here is a recap of how each "Idol" victor has fared on the Hot 100 with their introductory singles: 2005, No. The 17-year-old also manages his first Billboard No. ADORIN' LAUREN: 2011 runner-up Lauren Alaina likewise translates her "Idol" exposure to residence on multiple charts, as her "Like My Mother Does" enters the Hot 100 at No. 14 with "Dreams," the lead single from her first album, "Blue Skies," shortly after the 2004 "Idol" season). The Fox TV troupe extends its record to 156 Hot 100 appearances dating to its arrival two years ago.
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