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List of number-one singles of 2011 (Australia)

LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" topped the ARIA Singles Chart for ten consecutive weeks, becoming the longest running number-one single of the 2010s in the chart's history.[1]

The ARIA Singles Chart ranks the best-performing singles in Australia. Its data, published by the Australian Recording Industry Association, is based collectively on each single's weekly physical and digital sales.[2] In 2011, thirteen singles claimed the top spot, including Bruno Mars' "Grenade" and Guy Sebastian's "Who's That Girl", both of which started their peak positions in late 2010. Ten acts achieved their first number-one single in Australia, either as a lead or featured artist: Wynter Gordon, Pitbull, LMFAO, Lauren Bennett, GoonRock, Adele, Gotye, Kimbra, Kelly Clarkson and Reece Mastin.[3] Five collaborations topped the chart.

LMFAO earned two number-one singles during the year for "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It". The former was the longest running number-one single of 2011, having topped the ARIA Singles Chart for ten consecutive weeks. It became the longest running number-one single of the 2010s in the chart's history.[1] Adele's "Someone Like You" topped the chart for seven consecutive weeks, while Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" stayed at number one for eight consecutive weeks. It became the first Australian single to achieve this feat since Savage Garden's "Truly Madly Deeply" (1997).[4] LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It" topped the chart for seven weeks in 2011 and two additional weeks in 2012.

Chart history

Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" stayed at number one for eight consecutive weeks, becoming the first Australian single to achieve this feat since Savage Garden's "Truly Madly Deeply" (1997).[4]
Adele's "Someone Like You" topped the ARIA Singles Chart for seven consecutive weeks, becoming her first number-one single on the chart.[5]
Rihanna's "S&M" topped the ARIA Singles Chart for five weeks, becoming her seventh number-one single on the chart.[6]
Reece Mastin's "Good Night" topped the ARIA Singles Chart for four weeks, becoming his first number-one single on the chart.[7]
Date Song Artist(s) Ref.
3 January "Grenade" Bruno Mars [8]
10 January "Who's That Girl" Guy Sebastian featuring Eve [9]
17 January "Dirty Talk" Wynter Gordon [10]
24 January
31 January
7 February "S&M" Rihanna [6]
14 February
21 February "Born This Way" Lady Gaga [11]
28 February "S&M" Rihanna [6]
7 March
14 March
21 March "On the Floor" Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull [12]
28 March
4 April
11 April "Sweat" Snoop Dogg vs. David Guetta [13]
18 April "Party Rock Anthem" LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock [14]
25 April
2 May
10 May
16 May
23 May
30 May
6 June
13 June
20 June
27 June "Someone Like You" Adele [5]
4 July
11 July
18 July
25 July
1 August
8 August
15 August "Somebody That I Used to Know" Gotye featuring Kimbra [15]
22 August
29 August
5 September
12 September
19 September
26 September
3 October
10 October "Mr. Know It All" Kelly Clarkson [16]
17 October "Sexy and I Know It" LMFAO [17]
24 October
31 October
7 November
14 November
21 November
28 November "Good Night" Reece Mastin [7]
5 December
12 December "Sexy and I Know It" LMFAO [17]
19 December "Good Night" Reece Mastin [7]
26 December

Number-one artists

Position Country Artist Weeks at No. 1
1  USA LMFAO 17
2  UK Lauren Bennett (as featuring) 10
2  USA GoonRock (as featuring) 10
3  AUS  BEL Gotye 8
3  NZ Kimbra (as featuring) 8
4  UK Adele 7
5  BAR Rihanna 5
6  AUS  UK Reece Mastin 4
7  USA Wynter Gordon 3
7  USA Jennifer Lopez 3
7  USA Pitbull (as featuring) 3
8  AUS Guy Sebastian 1
8  USA Eve (as featuring) 1
8  USA Bruno Mars 1
8  USA Lady Gaga 1
8  USA Snoop Dogg 1
8  FRA David Guetta (as featuring) 1
8  USA Kelly Clarkson 1

See also

References

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    • GoonRock:
    • Adele:
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    • Kimbra:
    • Kelly Clarkson:
    • Reece Mastin:
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