Lady GaGa scored yet another number one with her latest release, 'ARTPOP' making it her third UK number one album.
Lady GaGa has topped the UK charts with her album 'ARTPOP'.
The 'Applause' singer scored yet another number one with her latest release, following her previous works 'The Fame ' and 'Born This Way' which all took the top spot.
Gaga's success means she has pushed back Eminem's comeback effort 'Marshall Mather's LP 2' into second place after the album's second single 'Monster' featuring Rihanna landed a number one earlier this month.
According to the Official Charts Company, the 27-year-old singer also beat off stiff competition from Celine Dion, whose 'Loved Me Back To Life' sits at number three while Little Mix second studio album 'Salute' entered the charts at number four.
Meanwhile, Martin Garrix topped the singles chart with his debut 'Animals'. The 17 year old Dutch DJ beat out Lily Allen, whose cover of Keane's 'Somewhere Only We Know' - featured in John Lewis' Christmas ad - came in at Number Two. The original version of the song also re-entered the chart at Number 29.
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