11 weeks at top for Adele album
Published 10/04/2011 | 21:52
Adele has managed to cling on to top spot in the charts for the 11th week running with her album 21.
The singer's critically-acclaimed 11-track LP made pop history last week for the longest stay at the summit of the album chart.
Straddled by Adele's 21 and her debut album 19, Katy B's new album On A Mission stormed straight into the charts at number two, according to the Official Charts Company.
Scottish indie rockers Glasvegas also scored a high new entry with Euphoric Heartbreak, in at number 10.
Jennifer Lopez stayed at number one in the singles chart with On The Floor, featuring rapper Pitbull.
Party Rock Anthem, by LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennet and Goonrock, moved up a place to number two, while Katy Perry's ET, featuring Kanye West, made it from number 12 to five.
The longest stayer in the singles chart, Adele's Make You Feel My Love, crept back up one spot to 39 today - its 53rd week in the top 40.