The Wanted's 'Glad You Came' Hits Number Five On US Billboard Top 100 Chart
29 February 2012, 19:55
The boy band stars continue to make their mark in America after smashing into the top ten.
The Wanted's single 'Glad You Came' has hit the number five spot on the US Billboard Top 100 Chart.
The boy band rose 18 places on the back of their tracks' appearance on Glee as well as digital sales in the region of 180,000 copies.
Elsewhere on the chart, Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' has taken the top spot away from BRIT Award and Grammys star Adele who drops to number two with 'Set Fire To The Rain'.
The 'Lightning' star's single is still riding high on the US iTunes chart after calming the number two spot earlier this week and the band also announced that they would be performing the song on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on 20th March.
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