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Billboard Hot 100 Champs

December 24, 2005 (2:29 am) GMT
Carey scored her 17th No. 1 single as "Don't Forget About Us" ascended one rung to the top of the singles chart in its 11th week

The year of 2005 belongs to . The pop superstar apparently is regaining her status in music scene as she gloriously scores success with her comeback album "The Emancipation of Mimi." In chain with the set's many success, Carey has on Thursday Dec 22 scored her 17th No. 1 single as "Don't Forget About Us" rose to the top of Billboard's Hot 100 chart.

This attainment obviously brings Carey to the same position with as the second among artists with the most No. 1 singles in the rock era. Carey and Presley have 17 No. 1 hits, second only to , who had 20. Back to the chart, the 2nd rank is secured by 's "Run It!" followed then at 3rd by 's "Grillz." 's "Laffy Taffy" securing the No. 4, and ' "Stickwitu" jumps two places to No. 5.

No. 6 is 's "Photograph," ahead of 's "Gold Digger" at No. 7 and ' "Check on It" at No. 8. 's "Because of You" jumps one place to No. 9, 's "There It Go! (The Whistle Song)" ups two places only to close the Top 10 position for this weekend period.

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