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The "Cash Me Ousside" Girl Now Has A Billboard Hot 100 Hit

WELL IT HAPPENED, AMERICA:

Yes, the “Cash Me Ousside” girl ~kind of~ has a song in the Billboard Hot 100 (No. 88 to be exact) thanks to DJ Suede’s trap remix of her Dr. Phil interview:

Here are some ICONIC singles that have now been out-charted by Dr. Phil’s 13-year-old viral patient, Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli, whose remix is sitting pretty at No. 88:

1. “Do Somethin’” — Britney Spears (No. 100)

This dance-pop smasha off Britney’s first greatest hits album Greatest Hits: My Perogative stalled in its pink Hummer at No. 100.

2. “All I Ever Wanted” — Kelly Clarkson (No. 96)

Kelly’s fourth single off her 2009 timeless pop album All I’ve Ever Wanted peaked at No. 96 on the Billboard charts.

3. “Til It Happens to You” — Lady Gaga (No. 95)

THIS SONG WAS NOMINATED FOR AN OSCAR! AN OSCAR!!!

4. “Sparks” — Hilary Duff (No. 93)

Hilary Duff delivered the best pop single of 2015 but America let it flop at No. 93 on the Hot 100.

5. “Nothing Really Matters” — Madonna (No. 93)

“Nothing Really Matters” from the iconic Ray of Light album spent two weeks on the Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 93.

6. “Video Games” — Lana Del Rey (No. 91)

“Video Games” served as Lana’s lead single off her sophomore album Born to Die, but died at No. 91 on the Hot 100.

I guess there’s only one thing left to say…

CBS

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