Can you believe it? It’s only been a year and already Glee has more major hits than the most legendary rock ‘n’ roll band of all time, The Beatles!
The world has officially been bitten by the Glee bug — we watch the hit show on TV every week, obsessively follow it’s stars in the magazines and now, demand to listen to the cast’s song covers so much that the Glee music is burning up the Billboard Hot 100 charts more than The Beatles did. Insanity!
Thanks in large part to the Britney Spears episode Sept. 28, our favorite Gleeks had six debuts on the charts Oct. 5, giving them a total of 75 songs on the Billboard Hot 100. For those of you counting, The Beatles had 71, which gives Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron and gang the most Billboard Hot 100 appearances for a non-solo act. Elvis Presley leads the all-time record with 108 songs — but we wouldn’t be surprised if Glee surpasses him in the next few months!