More chart honors for Cyrus: The nine-week gap between "Ball" topping the Hot 100 marks the longest in the Hot 100's 55-year history for a song in one chart run.
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Thanks to the viral explosion of a new parody video of the song, Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" returns to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
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Viewers' reactions on the left side of the screen enhance the clip's merriment.10 More Hilarious 'Wrecking Ball' Parodies Of the song's 18.6 million U. streams, 24% are from the track's official Vevo on You Tube video, while 67% are from other You Tube views, including Kardynal's.
The remaining 9% of its overall streaming total is from non-You Tube streaming sources."Ball" concurrently jumps by 11% to 99,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Sound Scan, and rebounds 10-9 on Digital Songs (which it led the week of Sept. Also surely aiding its gains, Cyrus performed the song on the American Music Awards, which aired live on ABC on Sunday, Nov. Having peaked at No, 4 on Radio Songs, "Ball" drops 4-7 on the survey (106 million all-format audience impressions, according to BDS).