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Justin Bieber Holds No. 1 Spot, 'Glee' Soundtrack to Rule Hot 200 Next Week

April 22, 2010 (4:27 am) GMT
Alreadying topping the U.S. albums chart for a third non-consecutive week, Justin Bieber is predicted to give the throne to 'The Power of Madonna' compilation next week.

remains Billboard Hot 200 champ this week. His second album "" secures the hot spot for third non-consecutive week. It shifts 92,000 units which becomes the smallest selling number for a chart topper since 's "Epiphany" topped the list with 83,000 in May 2009.

Sitting behind Justin at the runner-up position is . The band crack the chart with their new release "" which has sold 66,000 copies. follow at No. 3 with they award-winning album "".

falls two slots from No. 2 to the fourth place with "". Securing the next spot is another new entry of this week, . Their album "" bows with 51,000 units.

The latest edition of "Now" hit singles compilation drops to No. 6, holds last week's position at No. 7 with "" and returns to the Top 10 at No. 8 with "". Rounding up at No. 9 and 10 respectively are 's "" and Justin's "My World".

As for next week, the chart is predicted to have a new champion. "The Power of " compilation from "" soundtrack is estimated to take the reign from Justin Bieber with 100,000 to 125,000 opening number.

Top 10 of Billboard Hot 200:

  1. "" -
  2. "" -
  3. "" -
  4. "" -
  5. "" -
  6. "Now That's What I Call Music!" - various artists
  7. "" -
  8. "" -
  9. "" -
  10. "My World" -

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