Susan Boyle is continuing her reign at the top of the U.K. album charts with her record-breaking debut I DREAMED A DREAM.
The singing sensation, who became an unlikely hit after amazing Britain's Got Talent judges with her rendition of the title song at her audition, shot to number one last week (ends04Dec09) with the best-selling debut in U.K. history.
And she's managed to hold onto her crown after selling more than 290,000 copies in her second week, taking her total sales past the 700,000 mark.
Irish boyband Westlife have chalked up their twelfth Top 10 release with Where We Are, which enters at number two, while fellow pop stars Take That are at three with The Greatest Day - The Circus Live.
In the singles charts, Peter Kay's Animated All Stars is on top with The Official BBC Children in Need Medley, while R&B star Alicia Keys' Doesn't Mean Anything is a new entry at number eight.
Timbaland follows at number nine with Morning After Dark, which features Canadian singer Nelly Furtado.