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'Recovery' is still unbeatable, having a chance to be named the best-selling rap album of this year by pushing a grand total of 1 million only in two weeks.
B.o.B and Demi Lovato, who are absent when the first wave of TCAs music nominations was announced, now receive four nods each.
'Thank Me Later' secures the first position on the U.S. albums chart with a strong number, becoming this year's best chart debut by a solo act so far.
The music videos, including Trace Adkins' 'This Ain't No Love Song' and Gary Allan's 'Get Off on the Pain', which are debuted on the CMT Special feature introductions by the artists themselves.
'Glee: The Music - Journey to Regionals' outsells 'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' soundtrack and 'Bionic' with 152,000 units.
'To the Sea' becomes Jack Johnson's third chart topper which takes the top spot on the list with 243,000 copies sold.
Showing a fish toy floating across the street, the video still keeps details about the movie under wraps.
Carrie Underwood adds another CMT trophy by scoring Video of the Year award for her 'Cowboy Casanova' clip.
Lady Antebellum, Brooks and Dunn, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins are also the lucky country music musicians who brought home a trophy.
The music video simply focuses on the Ryan Tedder-fronted band as they are jamming to the German team's theme song for 2010 World Cup.
The series revolves around a Spanish-Italian noble family who became prominent during the Renaissance and was the inspiration behind Mario Puzo's 'The Godfather' book series.
In the more-than-2-minute clip, lots of Disney stars, including Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and Dylan Sprouse, urge fans to take action to make the world a better place.
George Condo draws a headshot of Kanye West with his mouth and eyes widely opened for the cover art of his angry track 'Power'.
Stating that he has learned what his 'limitations' are, the 'American Idol' alum promises to take concertgoers 'into emotional and thematic world' in his Glam Nation tour.
Warner Bros. TV's talk with the Alphabet broke down on Wednesday, June 2, ending up in the network not picking the sitcom for a sixth season.