Christmas isn't over for Michael Buble - the Canadian crooner's festive album has scored a fifth week at number one in the U.S., thanks to gift sales.
Buble's Christmas sold 467,000 in the week leading up to 25 December (11) as shoppers purchased the album as a stocking stuffer.
Adele also enjoyed a great Christmas on the Billboard 200 - her 2011 bestseller, 21, landed its biggest sales week to date and came in second on the new chart with 399,000 copies sold. That's 47,000 more than its debut on the chart 44 weeks ago.
The Brit's hit album has now sold a total of 5.68 million copies in the U.S. and 21 is likely to ring in the New Year (12) atop the charts - pundits expect the album to topple Buble's Christmas next week (beg02Jan12).
Meanwhile, Young Jeezy scored the highest debut at three with Tm 103: Hustlerz Ambition, while Justin Bieber's Under the Mistletoe and Drake's Take Care round out the post-Christmas top five in America.