Susan Boyle Is Still No. 1, R. Kelly Is Still Creepy

Susan BoyleOnly one debut in the top ten this week: and it’s by acquitted Pee Daddy R. Kelly. Merry Christmas, kiddies! Meanwhile, someone who has not been accused of having sex with at least eleven children, Susan Boyle, enjoys her second week with the best selling album in America.

1. Susan Boyle – “I Dreamed a Dream” – 527,000 (down 25%; 1.23 million cume)

2. Andrea Bocelli – “My Christmas” – 428,000 (up 97%; 1.12 million cume)

3. Taylor Swift – “Fearless” – 127,000 (up 2%)

4. R. Kelly – “Untitled” – 114,000 (debut)

5. Lady Gaga – “The Fame” – 84,000 (down 45%)

6. Carrie Underwood – “Play On” – 81,000 (down 35%)

7. Norah Jones – “The Fall” – 80,000 (down 27%)

8. Michael Jackson – “This Is It” – 75,000 (down 31%)

9. “New Moon” soundtrack – 72,000 (down 31%)

10. Michael BublĂ© – “Crazy Love” – 72,000 (up 6%)

More sales data after the jump…


Further down:

13. Lady Gaga – “The Fame Monster” EP – 65,000 (down 63%)

16. Rihanna – “Rated R” – 59,000 (down 67%)

22. Adam Lambert – “For Your Entertainment” – 51,000 (down 74%)

28. “Alvin and the Chipmunks: the Squeakquel” – 39,000 (debut)

31. Shakira – “She Wolf” – 37,000 (down 58%)

35. Allison Iraheta – “Just Like You” – 32,000 (debut)

40. 50 Cent – “Before I Self Destruct” – 30,000 (down 50%)

52. Kris Allen – “Kris Allen” – 22,000

103. The Bravery – “Stir the Blood” – 9,000 (debut)

Additional sales data via Yahoo and MTV.

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