Not content with landing the top spots on both the U.S. album and singles charts, the Black Eyed Peas have achieved another major countdown feat after debuting their new track at number two on the Hot 100.
The group's Boom Boom Pow has scored a 10th week at the top of the charts and now I Gotta Feeling has debuted at number two, making the Peas the first duo or group since OutKast in 2004 to occupy the top two spots on the Hot 100.
Keri Hilson's Knock You Down stays put at three, Pitbull's I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) slides to four and Lady GaGa rounds out the new top five with her latest hit LoveGame. She also lands two tracks in the top 10 - Poker Face drops to seven.
Meanwhile, the Pet Shop Boys score their 25th top 10 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club chart - Love Etc. climbs to nine on the new countdown.
In Europe, Placebo's sixth studio album Battle For The Sun debuts at number one on Billboard's European Top 100 chart, while Lady GaGa's Poker Face returns to the top of the pop charts a week after the song's 15-week run on top was ended by the Black Eyed Peas' Boom Boom Pow.
The Peas' The E.N.D. album debuts at two on the new European albums chart and Green Day's former chart-topper, 21st Century Breakdown, falls to three.