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'Voice' finalists dominate ARIA chart

The Voice finalists.
The Voice finalists. Stuart Bryce

THE Voice contestants are a force to be reckoned with after taking six spots in this week's ARIA singles chart and knocking off the reigning number one.

The show's winner Karise Eden has four songs in the singles chart. Her new single, Stay With Me Baby, is number one, ending Flo Rida's seven-week run at the top spot.

In second place is Eden's Hallelujah, followed by her single I Was Your Girl in third place.

Hot on her heels is The Voice finalist Sarah De Bono's single Beautiful. Eden's You Won't Let Me rounds up this week's top five.

Flo Rida's Whistle is now in sixth position, while the Voice's Darren Percival's Damage Down has debuted at number eight.

 

Read more at Brisbane Times


Topics:  aria, darren percival, karise eden, music, music charts, the voice, the voice australia



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