July 7, 2010 14:56

Kylie Minogue set to oust Eminem from top of UK album chart

Australian songstress is on course for her fifth Number One with 'Aphrodite'

Kylie Minogue set to oust Eminem from top of UK album chart
Kylie Minogue looks set to bag her fifth Number One album this Sunday (July 11), ousting Eminem in the process.

Minogue's new release 'Aphrodite' is currently selling twice as many copies as Eminem's 'Recovery', which was last week's Number One, while Feeder and Enrique Iglesias are also vying for Top 10 positions.

There is also likely to be a new Number One single on Sunday, with JLS' 'The Club Is Alive' currently well ahead of last week's chart topper 'California Gurls' by Katy Perry and Snoop Dogg.

Check NME this Sunday at 7pm (BST) to find out who tops both charts.

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