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I'm Glad

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==Commercial Reception==
==Commercial Reception==
"I'm Glad" did not follow the success of Jennifer's previous singles, however it was a moderate success in some countries.
In the United States, "I'm Glad" debuted at number 64 on the Hot 100 chart, on the issue date May 3, 2003.
On the issue date May 24, 2003, the song climbed to number 32, becoming its peak position.
It became Jennifer's lowest charting-single since her 2000 single "[[Feelin' So Good]]."
However, the song proved to be more successful on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart, peaking at number 4 on the issue date July 12, 2003.
In Australia, the managed to debut and peak at number 10, becoming her ninth top-ten single.
In Netherlands, the song fared better, peaking at number 6.
In Canada, "I'm Glad" was also a success, reaching number 8 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart, becoming her eighth top-ten single.
In the United Kingdom, "I'm Glad" peaked at number 11, remaining on the UK charts for nine weeks.
In New Zealand, the song debuted at number 42 on June 22, 2003. It later jumped to number 22, becoming its peak position.
The song was nominated for a Teen Choice Awards in 2003 on the category "Choice Love Song," but it lost to Beyoncé's "Crazy In Love."
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