( starpulse.com ) - Fergie has finally made it to the top of the US pop charts after nine weeks of being Glamorous. The Black Eyed Peas star suffered a setback when her new hit was removed from internet download store iTunes last month - prompting Glamorous to plummet down the Billboard Hot 100. The error was corrected and the pop star shot back up the countdown, which relies heavily on sales from downloads, and with a final spurt from eight to one, she has claimed the top spot. Moving 166,000 digital downloads, the track is also the week's biggest digital sales gainer and has scored a number one on the Hot Digital Songs chart. Last week's number one, Mims' This Is Why I'm Hot falls to number two on the new chart after spending two weeks on top. Akon's Don't Matter and Gwen Stefani's The Sweet Escape also slip places - to numbers three and four respectively. The new chart's highest debut belongs to country star Billy Currington, who enters the chart at number 91 with Good Directions. Meanwhile, Breaking Benjamin's Breath has ended Three Days Grace's 13-week reign atop the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks. The group has spent all of 2007 at number one with Pain.