What's on the music chart this week ...

By EW Staff
Updated November 11, 1994 at 05:00 AM EST

Just when an avalanche of overexposure (in all senses of the word) appeared to have deep-sixed Madonna’s appeal to the media, the masses justify their love for her, snapping up enough copies of the Material Girl’s latest, Bedtime Stories, to support a No. 3 debut on the pop chart. But seeing how fellow ’80s superstar Bon Jovi’s Cross Road has dropped out of the pop top 10 after only ; one week, perhaps she shouldn’t turn down any movie roles. Then again, with Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged in New York, Page and Plant’s No Quarter, and the Eagles’ Hell Freezes Over coming right up, nobody’s position is secure.