Yes, it's counted for the next week's chart. Tracking period is Sunday till Saturday in midnight.Denjo wrote:Helloo ,
i thought i already posted something here, but now (three houres later) i'm checking this site again to see if there is any response and i dont see my messege sooo i will ask it again xd........does the sales from this sunday count on next week sales? or on the week afther this week xd?
It's maybe because Cheryl Cole is hotter and more interesting as a female overall???? I love Alexandra, but I can see how people would give an EYE to get something from Cheryl, she's just got that X FACTOR that no one in the UK has... I had a friend of mine who hates her, he's from London, but the media has some sort of fascination with all things Cheryl day by day ...tada wrote:this is incredible! I wish Leona and Alexandra managed to shift such sales!
Don't you think that being part of one of the UK's biggest (and longest-serving) girl groups assists such popularity?ginnyfan wrote::lol: and Cheryl has a lot of personality? She's as boring as Leona.
Media was/is obsessed with Cheryl cause she was a football wag/pop star plus her XF exposure plus drama around her disease and Simon feude, not cause of her intriguingly interesting personality or non existing charisma.
BTW I love Cheryl and her music for all the superficial reasons so this is not hatin'
Posh Spice was never that successful. Never had such big sales as Cheryl.ginnyfan wrote:Yes, of course, I was gonna write that but since I didn't follow her than I wasn't sure if media was so obsessed with her back then.
She's what Posh Spice used to be in late 90s early 00s.
IMO less than 100,000 will be quite disappointing!arab wrote:Will debut @ #1 easily, but I wonder how many copies she will sellYoshie wrote:A Million Lights is #1 and #7 on UK iTunes.