LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Pop princess Katy Perrys Teenage Dream reached a new height this week as Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) became the albums fifth single to reach the top of Billboards pop songs chart, marking the first time any album has amassed such a feat in its 19-year history. If Perrys newest No. 1 also lands atop the Hot 100 later this week, Teenage Dream will be the only album other than Michael Jacksons Bad to generate five separate No. 1s. Bad was released in 1987, before Billboard began issuing the pop song chart. Prior to Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) reaching No. 1, Teenage Dream was tied with Justin Timberlakes Future/LoveSounds (2006-07) and Lady Gagas The Fame (2009) which both had four singles snag the top spot. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) became not only Perrys fifth No. 1 off Teenage Dream.