Scottish Singer Susan Boyle has topped the Britain’s album chart with her latest release “Someone To Watch Over Me”.
The record reached the top position of the countdown Sunday. Boyle, 50, who made it big in music world after her stint on the reality show “Britain’s Got Talent”, made a fortune with her debut album, “I Dreamed a Dream”. Her secod album, “The Gift”, was equally successful
Michael Buble’s new holiday album “Christmas” climbed to number two position. Last week’s number one, “Florence + The MAChine’s Ceremonials” by English Indie pop band Florence and the Machine, reached number three position, heraldsun.com.au reports.
Cher Lloyd, 18, last year’s “X Factor” finalist, saw her debut album “Sticks and Stones” enter the chart at number four while boy band The Wanted took number five slot with its second album “Battleground.”