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List of number-one singles of 2010 (Poland)

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This is a list of the songs that reached number-one position in official Polish single chart in ZPAV in 2010.

Chart history

Issue Date Song Artist(s) Reference(s)
March 27
"Monday Morning"
Melanie Fiona
[1]
April 3
[2]
April 10
"Nothing Compares 2 U"
Sinéad O'Connor
[3]
April 17
"Young Forever"
Jay-Z featuring Mr. Hudson
[4]
April 24
[5]
May 1
[6]
May 8
"Monday Morning"
Melanie Fiona
[7]
May 15
"I Like"
Keri Hilson
[8]
May 22
"Secrets"
OneRepublic
[9]
May 29
[10]
June 5
"In My Head"
Jason Derülo
[11]
June 12
"Who Wants to Be Alone"
Tiësto featuring Nelly Furtado
[12]
June 19
"Whataya Want from Me"
Adam Lambert
[13]
June 26
[14]
July 3
[15]
July 10
"Alejandro"
Lady Gaga
[16]
July 17
"California Gurls"
Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg
[17]
July 24
"Can't Fight This Feeling"
Junior Caldera featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor
[18]
July 29
"Alejandro"
Lady Gaga
[19]
August 7
[20]
August 14
"Morena"
Tom Boxer featuring Antonia
[21]
August 21
"Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)"
Shakira featuring Freshlyground
[22]
August 28
"Club Can't Handle Me"
Flo Rida featuring David Guetta
[23]
September 4
[24]
September 11
[25]
September 18
[26]
September 25
[27]
October 2
[28]
October 9
[29]
October 16
"Love the Way You Lie"
Eminem featuring Rihanna
[30]
October 23
"Wonderful Life"
Hurts
[31]
October 30
[32]
November 6
[33]
November 13
"Not Giving Up on Love"
Armin van Buuren featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor
[34]
November 20
"Loca"
Shakira featuring Dizzee Rascal
[35]
November 27
[36]
December 4
[37]
December 11
"Only Girl (In the World)"
Rihanna
[38]
December 18
[39]
December 24
[40]

Number-one artists

Position Artist Weeks at #1
1 Flo Rida 7
David Guetta
2 Shakira 4
Rihanna
3 Jay-Z 3
Adam Lambert
Lady Gaga
Melanie Fiona
Hurts
Dizzee Rascal
4 OneRepublic 2
Sophie Ellis-Bextor
5 Sinéad O'Connor 1
Katy Perry
Keri Hilson
Jason Derülo
Tiësto
Junior Caldera
Tom Boxer
Eminem
Armin van Buuren
Mr. Hudson
Nelly Furtado
Snoop Dogg
Freshlyground
Antonia

See also

References

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