Singer Amy Winehouse is back at the top of the UK album chart with the deluxe edition of her Back to Black record.
Winehouse was in Paris on Friday to perform at a shop opening
The album - last week's number three - topped the chart ahead of Goldfrapp's latest release Seventh Tree and Mika's Life in Cartoon Motion.
Soul singer Duffy remains rooted at the top of the singles chart for a third straight week with her track Mercy.
The Welsh star, runner-up in the BBC's Sound of 2008 search for new talent, releases her debut album this week.
H Two O featuring Platnum is a non-mover at two with What's It Gonna Be, with Canadian band Nickelback remaining at three with its song Rockstar.
Basshunter and Kylie Minogue are also non-movers, charting at four and five respectively with Now You're Gone and Wow.
Canadian big band crooner Michael Buble jumps 10 places in the album chart with the special edition of his Call Me Irresponsible record.
His fourth place puts him one place ahead of Adele's debut release 19, which topped the chart at the beginning of February.
Donny Osmond's From Donny With Love album, a collection of some of his best-known love songs, is a new entry at eight.
In the DVD music sales chart, Take That entered at number one after shifting 64,000 copies of their new tour release, outselling Amy Winehouse in the album chart.