Adele's '25' achieves seventh straight week at No.1 in UK
Adele has bagged a seventh week at No.1 on the UK albums chart.
The singer unleashed her third record '25' on November 20 and it has stayed at No.1 ever since.
The Official Charts Company confirmed today (January 8) that the album is still ruling the roost.
The record is around 3,300 units ahead of its nearest rival, Elvis Presley 'If I Can Dream'.
At No.3 on the midweek update is Justin Bieber's 'Purpose', while fellow non-mover 'I Cry When I Laugh' by Jess Glynne is at No.4.
Rounding off the top five is James Bay's debut 'Chaos And The Calm', which is up from No.10 to No.5.
Bryan Adams' 1999 greatest hits collection 'The Best Of Me' rises 108 places to No.20.
His latest effort 'Get Up' similarly is up 61 spots to No.26.
This week's highest new entry is Rhiannon Giddens' 'Tomorrow Is My Turn', which lands at No.28.
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