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Michael Bublé on course for UK No.1 with new album 'To Be Loved'

Canadian crooner Michael Bublé has debuted at No.1 this afternoon (April 17) on the UK albums charts with his new offering, 'To Be Loved'.

The record has sold an impressive 64,000 copies since it was released earlier this week on Monday and it has beaten the likes of Fall Out Boy, with 'Save Rock And Roll' (No.2), and Emeli Sande's 'Our Version Of Events' (No.3) to the top spot.

Meanwhile, Yeah Yeah Yeahs have made an appearance at No.6 with 'Mosquito', Iron & Wine's 'Ghost On Ghost' has charted at 32, and David Bowie's 'Aladdin Sane' has entered today at No.39.

Justin Timberlake's 'The 20/20 Experience' has dropped 3 places to No.5, Laura Mvula has risen 5 spots to No.22 with 'Sing To The Moon', and P!nk's 'The Truth About Love' remains in the Top 5 at 4.





Watch Bublé's latest music video here: