Timberlake Holds Off Big Debuts At The Top Of The Charts
Justin Timberlake still rules the US album charts, holding off five big new entries in the process. The pop superstar's FUTURESEX/LOVESOUNDS claims a second week at the top of the Billboard charts and takes sales of his second solo effort past the 900,000 mark. Five other albums sold more than 100,000 copies in a week when 15 new releases debuted in the top 50. American Idol star Clay Aiken's covers album A THOUSAND DIFFERENT WAYS debuted in second place, while Black Eyed Peas star Fergie's solo debut, THE DUTCHESS, entered the new chart at number three. Country superstar Kenny Chesney's live album LIVE THOSE SONGS AGAIN debuts at number four and earns the singer his sixth Top Country Albums chart number one. Diana Krall is the fourth artist to debut in the top 10 - her FROM THIS MOMENT ON enters at number seven on The Billboard 200 and earns the sultry singer, who is married to Elvis Costello, her seventh number one on the Top Jazz Albums chart. Meanwhile, rapper Chingy enters the new chart at number eight with HOODSTAR.