Wednesday, December 14, 2011 4:25pm by  
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Michael Bublé's album 'Christmas' moves back to No.1

Michael Bublé's festive record 'Christmas' has knocked Amy Winehouse's 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures' off the top spot in the midweek chart update this afternoon (December 14). 

The Canadian crooner is now back at No.1 after shifting an impressive 105,000 copies this week alone despite the fact that this is now its eighth week on the albums chart. 

Coldplay's latest offering, 'Mylo Xyloto', has climbed 5 places to No.3, Rebecca Ferguson's debut 'Heaven' has dropped 4 positions to No.7 and Bee Gees' 'Number Ones' is this week's highest climber after moving up 20 spots to No.20. 




Watch Bublé talk about his love of the holidays below: