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Cher Lloyd's Want U Back doing well in America
Now it seems that she's also enjoying some chart action in the States, too. She's hit seventh position in the iTunes top ten over in the USA.
But unlike in the UK, Swagger Jagger, which comes from the one-time X Factor gal's album Sticks + Stones, isn't Cher's debut single in the states.
Instead another catchy track from the LP – Want U Back – has been given that honour, and is the song that's had the top ten achievement.
Cher Lloyd was on the X Factor in the same year as Run For Your Life crooner Matt Cardle, Gotta Be You boyband One Direction and Nothing's Real But Love songstress Rebecca Ferguson.
While she was on The X Factor, Cher took-on songs such as Empire State of Mind and Just Be Good To Me. Meanwhile, her album features tracks like With Ur Love and Superhero.
Published by KT.Posted on 13 Jul 2012 21:10 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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