THE JUICE WITH JEM (Thurs, July 12)July 12, 2012
QUEEN LATIFAH WANTS TO ADOPT
On "The View" yesterday, QUEEN LATIFAH revealed that she's trying to adopt a baby. She says, quote, "I just always wanted to bring a child home. It doesn't matter where the child came from." Asked if she was serious about it she said, quote, "I'm totally serious, so if you got a kid that you don't . . . Just give me a year. Let me set up camp and send me the kid. But no, no totally."
Yummy singer ROBIN THICKE smashed his Porsche on Sunset Boulevard Tuesday night. He told police the accident occurred when another car cut him off and he was forced to swerve into a parked Volkswagen. Thicke wasn't injured, but his Porsche was. It had to be towed from the scene . . . and cops gave Thicke a ride home.
Just one new album debuted in the Top 10 of the music charts this week. CHRIS BROWN'S "Fortune" sold 134,000 copies to give him his second #1 album. (--His first was last year's "F.A.M.E.", which moved 270,000 copies in its debut.)
In 2nd place was "Teenage Dream" from KATY PERRY, which had a sales jump of 417% compared to last week thanks to her movie "Part of Me" and a 99-cent sale on Amazon. Here's this week's Top 10 . . .
1.) (NEW) "Fortune", Chris Brown (134,000 copies)
2.) "Teenage Dream", Katy Perry (80,000 copies)
3.) "Believe", Justin Bieber (70,000 copies)
4.) "Overexposed", Maroon 5 (68,000 copies)
5.) "Living Things", Linkin Park (64,000 copies)
6.) "Making Mirrors", Gotye (44,000 copies)
7.) "Some Nights", Fun. (43,000 copies)
8.) "Welcome to the Fishbowl", Kenny Chesney (43,000 copies)
9.) "21", Adele (41,000 copies)
10.) "El Camino", The Black Keys (37,000 copies)
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