Lady Gaga's Million Reasons has shot up the US charts following her spectacular Super Bowl performance.
The second single from Gaga's fourth studio album Joanne, Million Reasons was half price on iTunes for a limited time following the hit-heavy halftime set at Super Bowl LI, sending the song rocketing up the Billboard Hot 100 to a new peak of Number 4.
Million Reasons originally climbed no higher than Number 52 on the tally back in December, so its new surge massively surpasses its previous best position. The song also becomes Gaga's first Top 10 single of the Joanne era; the LP's lead single Perfect Illusion debuted and peaked Number 15.
With its return to the Hot 100, Million Reasons also matches the record for the highest re-entry in the chart's 58-year history, equaling songs by LL Cool J and Dixie Chicks. Million Reasons has become Gaga's 14th Top 10 hit in the US as a result.
Here in the UK, Million Reasons has so far peaked at Number 39, Gaga's 18th UK Top 40 entry in total. Following the Super Bowl, Gaga's sales surged 1605% in the UK.
On the US albums front, Gaga's Joanne also performed well, hitting Number 2 having risen a dramatic 64 places. Her The Fame Monster EP also returned to the Top 10, the parent record to Bad Romance and Telephone - songs that Gaga performed at the Super Bowl - is at Number 6.
You can view the US Singles Chart's Top 20 here at OfficialCharts.com, the chart updated each and every Wednesday.
Check out the lyrics for Million Reasons below:
You're giving me a million reasons to let you go You're giving me a million reasons to quit the show... You're givin' me a million reasons Give me a…
LADY GAGA Million Reasons by Directlyrics
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