Jack White's visit to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200 might be a short-lived one. Carrie Underwood, who has just released her fourth studio album "Blown Away", is predicted to take over the throne on the U.S. album chart next week.
The 2005 winner of "American Idol" is estimated to bow at the penthouse of the weekly rundown with 275,000 copies sold. If the final result meets the expectation, it will mark her third chart-topper following 2009's "Play On" and 2007's "Carnival Ride".
Aside from Underwood, Norah Jones and B.o.B are predicted to make a notable entry on the chart. The jazz/blues singer and the rapper could land in the top five with "Little Broken Hearts" and "Strange Clouds" respectively.
This week marks the first time ever White sits atop Hot 200. The former lead singer of The White Stripes secures his position atop the U.S. album chart with his solo debut album "Blunderbuss" which bows with 138,000 copies sold.