The singer's latest single 'The One That Got Away' has moved up to number one on this week's list to become Perry's sixth Pop Songs chart-topper from Teenage Dream.
The Pop Songs chart is purely based on airplay, unlike Billboard's Hot 100, which includes airplay, sales and streaming.
The star has become the first artist to have six Pop Songs chart number ones from a sole album, with Lady GaGa and Justin Timberlake her nearest rivals at four apiece.
Capitol Records executive Greg Thompson told Billboard that the feat is a "tremendous recognition for one of the most talented artists in the world. We couldn't be happier for Katy".
Capitol senior VP/promotion and marketing Dennis Reese added: "No artist has worked harder and deserves [the honour] more than Katy."
'The One That Got Away' has become Perry's eighth Pop Songs chart-topper overall and places her behind Rihanna, who currently has nine.
Lady GaGa, Pink and Britney Spears each trail Perry with seven Pop Songs number ones each.
Perry recently released an acoustic version of 'The One That Got Away' in the US in a bid to top the Hot 100.
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Watch the music video for Katy Perry's 'The One That Got Away' below: