Adele returns to top of album chart
Adele's 21 returns to top of UK album chart
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By Mark Fordham
British singing sensation Adele has once again returned to the top of the UK album chart, taking the place of Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.
Adele's second album entitled 21 was the biggest-selling record of 2011 and has now spent a total of 64 weeks on the UK chart.
It is the sixth-best selling album in UK chart history, having taken over from Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon and Dire Straits' LP Brothers In Arms last month.
Former Canadian Idol contestant Carly Rae Jepsen remains on top of the singles chart with her song Call Me Maybe.
She saw off the challenge of fellow Canadian Justin Bieber, whose single Boyfriend entered the charts at number two.
Climax by US star Usher also made its debut in the UK chart and entered at number four, a place below Gotye's hit track Somebody That I Used to Know.