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Billboard Hot 100 Year-End for 2015: 61-80

Here are the songs from 61-80 in the 2015 Billboard Hot 100 Year-End singles charts. For songs 81-100, click on the highlighted numbers, and all videos of these songs can be viewed in their respective links.

61. Beyoncé – 7/11.

62. Selena Gomez – The Heart Wants What It Wants.

63. Little Big Town – Girl Crush.

64. Trey Songz – Slow Motion.

65. One Direction – Drag Me Down.

66. Nicki Minaj feat. Drake & Lil’ Wayne – Truffle Butter.

67. Ariana Grande – One Last Time.

68. Nick Jonas – Chains.

69. Meek Mill feat. Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj – All Eyes on You.

70. Rae Sremmurd – No Type.

71. Vance Joy – Riptide.

72. Jidenna feat. Roman GianArthur – Classic Man.

73. Elle King – Ex’s & Oh’s.

74. Meghan Trainor – Dear Future Husband.

75. Charlie Puth feat. Meghan Trainor – Marvin Gaye.

76. Meghan Trainor feat. John Legend – Like I’m Gonna Lose You.

77. Tove Lo – Habits (Stay High). No. 32 last year.

78. James Newton Howard feat. Jennifer Lawrence – The Hanging Tree.

79. O. T. Genasis – CoCo.

80. Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj – Bang Bang. No. 27 last year.

Songs 41-60 will be revealed this Friday. Stay tuned.

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AlDub Pa More, Commercial Style

The tandem of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza is becoming increasingly bankable.

Not only are they helping ‘Eat Bulaga’ reach new levels of popularity, but they are also becoming more attractive to advertisers. The tandem’s well-received commercial plugs with McDonalds and TNT (Talk N’ Text) has led to even more endorsements as the year comes to an end.

These include commercials for the following products:

Bear Brand Adult Plus

Tide 6

Coca-Cola

Downy

Datu Puti

Hapee Toothpaste

Zonrox

Outside of AlDub, Alden and Maine also shot individual commercials for products such as Boardwalk and O+. Even Wally Bayola, Jose Manalo and Paolo Ballesteros (in character as Lola Nidora, Tinidora and Tidora respectively) have made an appearance in some of their commercials.

Not all parties are happy with their success. ABS-CBN, in particular, has some strict rules regarding commercials, which should explain why AlDub commercials there have been limited and at times edited by the network.

Of course, ABS-CBN did not want to risk losing viewers simply by accepting a split-screen duo that is more synonymous with rival GMA, TAPE Inc. and ‘Eat Bulaga’. They have their own bankable set of love teams, after all.

 

With the success of AlDub translating into higher revenue for the products they endorse, it is clear how transcendent the two have been to advertisers. But what about the big screen, as in ‘My Bebe Love: #KiligPaMore’?

Let’s wait and see if their impact on ‘Eat Bulaga’ and commercial endorsements will translate into box-office success this Christmas.

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