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15 December 2011, 14:57
The 'Teenage Dream' singer has scored six top five singles on the US singles chart tying her with Janet Jackson and George Michael.
Katy Perry has scored another US chart record after her current single 'The One That Got Away' climbed into the top five in fourth place on the Billboard Hot 100.
The 'California Dreams' singer is now tied with Janet Jackson and George Michael as the only thee artists to have scored six or more top five hits from a single album.
Katy's second album 'Teenage Dream' has spawned five other singles starting with 'California Gurls' featuring rapper Snoop Dogg as well as 'Teenage Dream', 'Firework', 'E.T.' and 'Last Friday Night 'T.G.I.F'.
Back in August she became the first artist since Michael Jackson to score five number one singles from one album, following his similar feat with the album 'Bad' in 1987.
George Michael also landed six top five singles from his album 'Faith' between 1987 and 1988 while Janet Jackson scored seven from 'Rhythm Nation' between 1989 and 1981.
Katy Perry recently said she planned to take a break and spend time with family before starting work on the follow-up to 'Teenage Dream'.