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Miley Cyrus’ ‘Party In The USA’ And *NSYNC’s ‘Bye, Bye, Bye’ Return To The Charts After Joe Biden’s Win

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Miley Cyrus’ ‘Party In The USA’ And *NSYNC’s ‘Bye, Bye, Bye’ Return To The Charts After Joe Biden’s Win

Some Americans across the world have spent the weekend celebrating after Joe Biden's historic win the US election.

People have rallied in the streets, danced in their homes and are looking forward to the next four years.

Naturally, when these massive moments in history happen, you want some music to go along with it and it seems people have resurrected two iconic anthems.

Miley Cyrus dropped 'Party in the USA' back in 2009 and incredibly, the song has rocketed up the charts since Biden's win was announced on the weekend.

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It's now sitting at number 42 of the iTunes Top 100 chart and even managed to crack Top 40 yesterday.

The epic song illustrates how many in America are partying the house down and recognising how big this election result is for some.

Following the winning declaration, Cyrus tweeted: "Now THIS is a PARTY IN THE USA! @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris."

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In the lead up to the 2020 Election, Miley hosted an Instagram Live session with Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris.

Harris spoke about the importance of young people getting out to vote because of how much difference it can make in nail biting elections like we've just seen. Kamala will become the first female Vice President and first woman of colour to take on the role.

The other track that has also reentered the charts is *NSYNC's similarly iconic 'Bye Bye Bye'.

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This song is even older than Cyrus', having been released in January 2000 and can only be interpreted as a dig against the outgoing Donald Trump.

The boy band's epic anthem is at 101 on the same chart at the time of writing and it will be interesting to see whether it continues to rise through the ranks.

That's not the only thing that spiked during the election.

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Americans who were enduring the lengthy wait to see who would be the next President gorged themselves on weed, booze, and food while they waited.

It might not come as much of a surprise, but alcohol, marijuana, and takeaway food were top of the agenda for many people in the good 'ol US of A on Tuesday and Wednesday, with much of the country settling in to see the results of the race for the White House.

Well, they didn't get it on either of those nights. In fact, it was only yesterday that a winner was finally announced.

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However, that didn't stop them getting their smoke, or drink, or eat on. We all deal with these sorts of anxiety inducing situations differently, don't we?

This news was reported initially by the Los Angeles Times, but it ain't just on the West Coast of the States that a surge occurred.

In fact, Boston based alcohol delivery service Drizly said that they experienced a 68 percent rise in sales from the previous four Tuesdays on average.

It gets even more pronounced when you break it down. Washington DC saw a 133 percent rise, New York rose 110 percent, and 35 percent in Los Angeles.

There was also a 17 percent rise in sales of weed for marijuana delivery service Eaze, which is based in California, which is one of the states where pot is legal.

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Topics: Entertainment, Music, US Election

Stewart Perrie
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