Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Justin Bitchslaps Clay -- Billboard's Top 10

If only a few more housewives had made it to the record store, Clay Aiken might have unseated Justin Timberlake on Billboard's Top Albums list. Aiken was only 12,000 copies behind the total Justin sold this week. Outside the Top 10, Lupe Fiasco debuted at #12 and Elton John hit #18 with "The Captain and the Kid." Meanwhile, the media seems to be swallowing Clay Aiken's insistence that those online videos were not of him, but of a guy that looked like him and that the numerous claims by male prostitutes that they slept with Clay are totally bogus. People Magazine went in depth, but everyone else -- like CNN -- just gently alludes to it and moves on.

1. Justin Timberlake -- FutureSex/LoveSounds
2. Clay Aiken -- A Thousand Different Ways
3. Fergie -- The Dutchess
4. Kenny Chesney -- LIVE: Live Those Songs Again
5. John Mayer -- Continuum
6. Beyonce -- B'day
7. Diana Krall -- From This Moment On
8. Chingy -- Hoodstar
9. Hinder -- Extreme Behavior
10. Bob Dylan -- Modern Times

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