His yuletide effort sits pretty at #1...
Canadian crooner and housewives' favourite Michael Bublé is on course to become the king of Christmas as his festive effort - simply titled Christmas holds on to the number one spot in this week's Irish album chart.
It's as you were just beneath him as One Direction and Rihanna cling on to second and third place with Up All Night and Talk That Talk respectively. Posthumous Amy Winehouse release Lioness: Hidden Treasures climbs two places to #4 while former X-Factor runner-up Olly Murs stays at #5 with In Case You Didn't Know.
Elsewhere there's a familiar feel to the charts with the likes of Westlife, Coldplay, Adele, Florence And The Machine and Ed Sheeran rounding out the top ten. To view the full chart, click here.
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