February 19, 2012 19:04

Emeli Sande ends Lana Del Rey's run at the top of the UK Album Chart

DJ Fresh also tops the singles chart as three Whitney Houston tracks re-enter the Top 40

Emeli Sande ends Lana Del Rey's run at the top of the UK Album Chart

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Lana Del Rey's run at the top of the Official UK Album Chart has come to an end after Emeli Sande took the Number One spot today (February 19) with her debut album 'Our Version Of Events'. The Scottish singer's debut sold over 100,000 copies in its first week onsale.

Del Rey falls to Number Two with her debut record 'Born To Die' after two weeks on top of the charts, reports the Official Charts Company.

Adele is at Number Three with '21', Gotye is at Number Four with 'Making Mirrors', with Ed Sheeran and Maverick Sabre at Number Five and Six respectively. Whitney Houston is also back in the Top 10 with her 'Greatest Hits Collection' at Number Seven, with Jessie J, Adele's debut '19' and Rebecca Ferguson completing the Top 10.

In the singles chart this week, DJ Fresh took the Number One spot with his single 'Hot Right Now', just ahead of Emeli Sande, who is at Number Two with 'Next To Me'.

Last week's Number One Gotye falls to Number Three with 'Somebody That I Used To Know', with David Guetta at Number Four and Flo Rida at Number Five. Jessie J, Alyssa Reid, One Direction, Cover Drive and will.i.am make up the rest of the Top 10.

Three Whitney Houston tracks have re-entered the UK Top 40, with her classic single 'I Will Always Love You' at Number 14, 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody' at Number 20 and 'One Moment In Time' at Number 40.

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