The girls beat stiff competition from Kate Bush.
Little Mix are on top of the UK album chart again this week, with their fourth record Glory Days.
The girlband held on to the top spot after noticing up another 57,000 combined sales in the last seven days. The album has now sold over 1000,000 copies and has been certified Gold.
Glory Days is still at number one
Last week Glory Days became the fastest-selling number one album by any girl group in the past 15 years, since Destiny’s Child’s Survivor in 2001.
It also had the highest first week sales for a chart topping album by a UK girl group since the Spice Girls’ Spiceworld sold 192,000 copies back in 1997.
After the news was announced the band tweeted: “Buzzing that #GloryDays is #1 AGAIN! We'll never get tired of telling you guys how AMAZING you are! Ultimate dream team the girls x”
Just 2,000 sales behind Little Mix, at number two, is Michael Ball and Alfie Boe’s collaboration, Together, which moved up two places. At three is Elvis Presley compilation The Wonder of You.
Kate Bush’s live album Before The Dawn is a new entry at number four, giving the singer her 12th top 10 record. The album was predicted to make the top spot thanks to strong midweek sales.
Before The Dawn was recorded during Bush's 22-date residency at London’s Hammersmith Apollo 2014, where she returned to the stage following a 35-year absence. Another new entry this week at number five is The Weeknd’s third album Starboy.