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Ke$ha Predicted to Triumph Over Susan Boyle on Hot 200

January 12, 2010 (3:51 am) GMT
The 'Tik Tok' singer may pull in 150,000 copies in the opening week sale of her first album 'Animal', forcing Susan Boyle to fall from the No. 1 spot of the U.S. albums chart.

Next week, Billboard Hot 200 may have a new champion, . The "Tik Tok" hitmaker is predicted to rule the U.S. albums chart with her debut album "" which is estimated to sell around 150,000 copies.

It means that Ke$ha could end 's six-week reign on the chart. However, music fans have to stay tune until Wednesday, January 13 to find out the final Nielsen SoundScan numbers, as reflected in the Billboard 200 album chart.

When commenting on the prospect of her pushing aside Susan from the top spot of Hot 200, Ke$ha recently told PopEater, "She got to kick it at the top for a while, so I don't feel too bad." If the prediction comes true, she said about going to New York for a celebration. "I'm going to round up my band of trannies and we're going to march down Broadway with fireworks," she shared.

In addition, Ke$ha also commented on her being compared to . "Any time you want to compare me to a successful woman, I'll totally take that. It's a good thing. I like to think of myself more aligned with the likes of meets meets the . And I loooove Blondie," she said.

On another occasion, Ke$ha opened up about writing song for . "I just wrote a song for Rihanna," she stated, hoping the track will make it into her next album.

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