Charice song "Note to God" debuts at No.1 on Amazon, No. 5 on iTunes after Oprah premiere
Say what you will about the country's Birit Baby, but after Charice sang her first international single "A Note to God" composed by legendary composer Dianne Warren and produced by David Foster (who calls Charice "the next Celine Dion") in a tearful performance on Oprah May 18, the song debuted at first and fifth place on Amazon's and iTunes' lists of most downloaded songs, respectively, beating Lady Gaga. Looking more her age (17) now in both her Oprah appearance and on the cover of her single (below), it appears that Charice has finally gotten some expert makeover help in the hair and clothing department. In place of the bows, barrettes and Mary Janes are gold highlights, bleached brows, smokey eyes and a more-Miley Cyrus, less-Little Orphan Annie wardrobe. Why, she even answered a question on dating on Oprah, saying "No, I'm not dating anyone but I have a crush, and that's Josh Groban." Our Note to God: Please God, let her finally grow up and out of those age-inappropriate pinafores that caused David Spade (and probably the rest of America) to think Charice was ten years old, as he told Letterman.