Kelly Clarkson Stronger

Kelly Clarkson’s Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) passed the 2-million-download mark last week, according to Nielsen Soundscan. She’s got another milestone coming up: Don’t You Wanna Stay, her duet with Jason Aldean, is only 14,000 downloads from 2 million; it sold 8,000 copies last week.

Lauren Alaina saw a 64% increase in weekly downloads for Georgia Peaches after she performed the song on the American Idol results show Thursday. That pushes her single’s sales past 100,000. Scotty’s McCreery’s cover of the Tim McGraw hit Please Remember Me sold 9,000 copies after its debut on the same episode as this season’s exit song.

And even with weekly sales of Good Girl dropping 44%, Carrie Underwood has the top-selling country download for third straight week. Good Girl already has sold 293,000 downloads.

  • Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) (134,000, -11%, 2.103 million)
  • Carrie Underwood, Good Girl (66,000, -44%, 293,000)
  • Kelly Clarkson, Mr. Know It All (20000, 0 change, 1.367 million)
  • Scotty McCreery, The Trouble With Girls (17,000, -8%, 606,000)
  • Lauren Alaina, Georgia Peaches (12,000, +64%, 100,000)
  • Jennifer Hudson & Ne-Yo feat. Rick Ross, Think Like a Man (12,000, -12%, 60,000)
  • Scotty McCreery, Please Remember Me (9,000, debut, 9,000)
  • Brad Paisley/Carrie Underwood, Remind Me (8,000, -17%, 1.465 million)
  • Carrie Underwood, Before He Cheats (5,000, -24%, 3.418 million)
  • Carrie Underwood, Cowboy Casanova (5,000, -25%, 1.78 million)
  • Casey James, Let’s Don’t Call It a Night (4,000, -24%, 74,000)
  • Mandisa, Good Morning (3,000, +7%, 68,000)
  • Mandisa, Stronger (2,000, -4%, 168,000)
  • Carrie Underwood, How Great Thou Art (2,000, -17%, 306,000)

Update: This post originally had incorrect sales data for Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You). That data has been corrected.