Adele's success shows no sign of stopping - her huge hit 21 is back on top of the U.K. album charts.
The British soul sensation's second record hasn't been out of the top five since its release in January (11), and initially spent 11 weeks at number one.
Beyonce and Lady Gaga have both beaten the Rolling In The Deep hitmaker to the top of the chart, but now Adele is back in poll position, with Beyonce's 4 at number two.
Adele's debut album 19 is at number three, with Gaga's Born This Way at number four. Brit rockers The Horrors round out the top five with Skying.
In the singles chart, boyband The Wanted top the countdown with Glad You Came, Louder by DJ Fresh is at number two, and Ed Sheeran's The A Team is third. Beyonce's the Best Thing I Never Had and Loick Essien featuring Tanya Lacey How We Roll are at four and five respectively.