Cher Returns To Billboard’s Pop Airplay Chart For First Time Since 2002

Cher Returns To Billboard’s Pop Airplay Chart For First Time Since 2002

Cher has returned to Billboard's Pop Airplay chart for the first time since 2002, with "DJ Play a Christmas Song" debuting at No. 40 on the survey dated December 23. According to Luminate, the song rose by 10% in plays in the December 8-14 tracking week. Among the top major-market supporters of the song are…

Cher has returned to Billboard‘s Pop Airplay chart for the first time since 2002, with “DJ Play a Christmas Song” debuting at No. 40 on the survey dated December 23.

According to Luminate, the song rose by 10% in plays in the December 8-14 tracking week. Among the top major-market supporters of the song are iHeartMedia‘s WHTZ New York, KIIS Los Angeles and KYLD San Francisco.

The legendary singer last appeared on the chart in March 2002 with “Song for the Lonely,” which reached No. 38.

Meanwhile, “DJ Play a Christmas Song” spent a third week at No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. It became Cher’s first leader on the list since “If I Could Turn Back Time,” which led for a week in September 1989.

“DJ Play a Christmas Song” has also topped the Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales and Holiday Digital Song Sales charts.

Cher also recently became the only the second act after the Rolling Stones and the first female artist to have No. 1 songs in seven decades.

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