Congratulations to Ariana Grande, who lands straight in at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart with her new album Sweetener.
It's Ariana's second Number 1 album after 2016's Dangerous Woman, and is her strongest opening sales week yet: Sweetener shifted 45,000 and is the week's biggest record across physical sales, downloads and streaming. It was also the week's best-selling cassette, with 1,250 sales.
Ariana told OfficialCharts.com: "Thank you so much! I'm so grateful! I can't tell you how appreciative I am. I can't wait to see you in September ;)”.
Three songs from Sweetener also feature in this week's Official Singles Chart, including Breathin' and the title track. Check out Ariana Grande's Top 10 biggest hits on the Official Chart.
Sweetener ends Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again's four-week reign at the top (2), and The Greatest Showman drops a place to complete the Top 3.
New entries and high climbers
Manchester-born rapper Bugzy Malone lands his fourth consecutive Top 10 album with new collection B. Inspired at Number 6, London singer-songwriter Gabrielle lands her first Top 10 in 14 years this week with Under My Skin (7), and Slaves enter at 8 with their third album Acts Of Fear And Love and claim this week's best-selling album on vinyl.
Elsewhere, US indie-rockers Death Cab For Cutie open at 24 with their ninth record Thank You For Today, Stefflon Don mixtape Secure debuts at 35 and Ten Millennia’s Love Won’t Wait bows at 36.
Finally, music by the late Aretha Franklin also features in this week's albums chart - read more on that here.