Former American Idol runner-up and part-time Queen frontman Adam Lambert has topped the U.S. album chart with his second release.
The gay star's Trespassing tops the Billboard 200 countdown thanks to sales of 77,000 in its first week.
The album topples another Idol star, Carrie Underwood, who debuted at number one last week (16May12) with Blown Away.
The two stars' albums are the sixth and seventh releases from Idol stars to reach number one.
Underwood's new album slips two spots to three on the new chart, while Adele stands firm at two with 21.
Norah Jones' Little Broken Hearts rises a spot to four, while Jack Black's comedy duo Tenacious D debut at five with Rize of the Fenix.