After a record breaking week last Friday, Adele’s 25 enjoys a second week at Number 1 with another bumper sales week.
The singer’s third album shifted another 439,000 copies this week - the biggest second week sales total ever. Earlier this week, Official Charts confirmed that 25 was the fastest million-selling album in the UK chart history, achieving the feat in just 10 days.
Meanwhile, Elvis Presley’s If I Can Dream album enjoys another strong sales week (96,000) to hold at Number 2, and Justin Bieber’s Purpose is at 3.
Rounding off this week’s Top 5 are Little Mix, who jump two places to Number 4 with Get Weird, and Jess Glynne’s I Cry When I Laugh is up 3 to Number 5.
New entries and high climbers
This week’s highest new entry goes to The Vamps, who debut at Number 10 with their second album Wake Up, and The Corrs are new at Number 11 with their first album in 10 years, White Light.
Classical quartet Il Divo notch up their tenth Top 40 album with Amor & Passion, Michael Buble’s Christmas album is up seven places to Number 19, and The Overtones’ Good Ol’ Fashioned Christmas enters at Number 24.
Finally, Florence + The Machine’s How Big How Blue How Beautiful re-enters the Top 40 at 34, and Simply Red's Big Love re-enters at 40.