PSY can breathe a sigh of relief: He's no longer a one-hit wonder, E! News reports.
The South Korean rapper's music video for "Gentleman" hit the Web only four days ago, but his follow-up single to the 2012 worldwide smash "Gangnam Style" already has topped 94 million YouTube views!
To give you an idea just how popular the K Pop star continues to be, according to Billboard, "Gentleman" racked up 18.9 million views alone on the first day of its release on Saturday. That surpasses the 10.6 million mark teen idol Justin Bieber set in the first 24 hours with his hit, "Beauty and the Beat," featuring Nicki Minaj, last October and the 8 million views he garnered for "Boyfriend."
Of course, the music video for PSY's crossover hit "Gangnam Style" is the all-time most-watched clip with 1.5 billion views.
But "Gentleman" is well on its way, having already become a huge international hit.
So far the tune ranks 14th in the U.S. on Apple's iTunes chart while skyrocketing into the Top 10 in countries such as Australia, France, Canada, Denmark and Austria among others.
From her double mastectomy to their daughter's mysterious seizure, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have had a tough time lately, People reports.
But things may be looking up for the couple, who wed in 1982. Ozzy, 64, took to Facebook Monday to post a message about his sobriety.
"For the last year and a half I have been drinking and taking drugs," he wrote. "I was in a very dark place and was an a---- to the people I love most, my family. However, I am happy to say that I am now 44 days sober."
He also decided to clear up rumors that he and Sharon, who co-hosts "The Talk," are splitting.
"Just to set the record straight, Sharon and I are not divorcing," he continued. "I'm just trying to be a better person."
Osbourne also expressed regret to his loved ones. "I would like to apologize to Sharon, my family, my friends and my band mates for my insane behavior during this period," he wrote. "And [to] my fans."
Reps for the couple declined to comment.
Rihanna has canceled another date on her latest tour because she is ill.
Live Nation says the Grammy-winning singer is unable to perform at Monday's concert in Houston "as a result of illness." The concert promoter says fans should retain their tickets to use at a rescheduled show.
Rihanna canceled shows in Baltimore and Boston on her Diamonds World Tour last month because she was sick.
The next date on the singer's tour is Tuesday in Dallas. Rapper A$AP Rocky is the opening act.