Lady Gaga's new album, "ARTPOP," is officially the number one, top selling album in the U.K.
The "Applause" and "Do What U Want" led effort debuted atop the UK Albums Chart Sunday, toppling Eminem's album, "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," which dipped to no.2 this week.
"Gaga has gone from rocking sea shells and beige briefs on X Factor recently, to a date with ‘Dot Cotton’ on the Graham Norton Show sofa, and now Miss Germanotta topples Eminem to take up residency on this week’s Official Albums Chart throne with ARTPOP," The Officials Charts Company reports. "The second highest new entry of the week comes courtesy of Queen Celine. Celine Dion is back with her eleventh English language album, and first UK Top 10 hit in more than a decade. Loved Me Back To Life (Number 3), is the Canadian singer’s highest charting album since 2002 chart-topper A New Day Has Come."
Congrats to Gaga, who also has a new single in the top 10 (on the UK Singles Chart). Namely, "Do What U Want," with R. Kelly.