The press on Madonna’s 12th British #1 single
Queen of pop Madonna stormed to the head of the singles charts on Sunday, registering her 12th British number one.
Madonna’s “Sorry” debuted in the top spot matching the success of her previous release “Hung Up“, the Official UK Charts Company said.
• From BBC News:
Madonna has notched up her 12th number one single in the UK, with the track “Sorry” entering at the top of the chart.
The achievement comes over 20 years after the singer’s first number one – “Into The Groove” – in 1985.
• From the Pravda:
Pop queen Madonna‘s love affair with Britain continued on Sunday as her latest hit “Sorry” shot straight to the top of the single’s chart.
The 47-year-old star’s success with “Sorry” is her 12th British number one and matches the success of her last release “Hung Up,” the Official UK Charts Company said Sunday.
Last week Madonna, who lives in Britain with film director husband Guy Ritchie and two children, was named best international female solo artist at the Brit Awards, the British music industry’s equivalent of the Grammys.
In a 23-year music career, Madonna has sold over 200 million albums , the most recent, “Confessions on The Dance Floor” made No. 1 in 40 countries, reports AP.
• From SoundGenerator:
Madonna is back at the top of the UK charts tonight with new single “Sorry“.
The second number one from her new album “Confessions from a Dancefloor”, the track follows November 2005’s “Hung Up” in giving her the number one spot for the second time in four months since September 2000 chart-topper “Music”.