There's no stopping the chart juggernaut that is The Greatest Showman – the smash movie's cast recording has claimed the Number 1 spot for an incredible 20th week.
While it's not been a straight run at the top – the longest it managed was 11 weeks – The Greatest Showman is now level with Ed Sheeran's Divide for weeks at Number 1, and is challenging classics like the Beatles' Hard Day's Night and With the Beatles (21 weeks), Elvis's GI Blues (22 weeks) and Adele's 21 (23 weeks) in the leaderboard for longest reign of the Official Albums Chart. See full rundown of the albums that spent the most weeks at Number 1
The Greatest Showman soundtrack is also fast approaching the one million combined sales mark, currently on 911,000.
Meanwhile, George Ezra's Staying at Tamara's remains at Number 2 for a second week.
New entries and high climbers
The Greatest Showman’s strongest competition this week came from 5 Seconds of Summer – their third album Youngblood goes in at Number 3. Meanwhile, Everything is Love – Beyoncé and Jay-Z's first collaborative album as The Carters, surprise-released on Saturday evening – is brand new at 5, on digital sales and streaming alone; and legendary Smiths' guitarist Johnny Marr is new at 7 with Call the Comet. Johnny is also top of the Official Vinyl Albums Chart. and the Official Record Store Chart.
Rapper XXXTentacion's albums return to the top flight following his death: Question Mark vaults 74 slots to Number 9, and his debut 17 rockets 149 places to land at 13.
Rapper Nas is new at 16 with Kanye West-produced Nasir, while Christina Aguilera returns to the Official Albums Chart with Liberation at 17, and thanks to a retail promotion Paul Simon's The Ultimate Collection zooms 138 slots to Number 19.
Linkin Park guitarist Mike Shinoda is new at 20 with debut solo album Post Traumatic; Liam Gallagher's As You Were bounds 18 places to return to the top flight at 21; guitarist Wilko Johnson's first new material in three decades, Blow Your Mind, starts at 24; and in anticipation of the imminent release of the Mamma Mia sequel, ABBA's Gold rises eight to 25.