Take That's first album since their reunion with Robbie Williams still leads albums chart in its second week, blocking JLS and Westlife from claiming the crown.
Take That have proven their staying power at the top of the U.K. albums chart after fending off competition from fellow boybands JLS and Westlife to make it two weeks at number one. "Progress", the British band's first record since reuniting with original member Robbie Williams earlier this year, shot to the top of the countdown last week and they maintained their position for a second consecutive week despite JLS' "Outta This World" making a strong debut at two.
Irish pop stars Westlife are another new entry at three with "Gravity", while Susan Boyle's "The Gift" slips one spot to four and Rihanna rounds out the top five at five.
Meanwhile, in the U.K. singles chart, "The X Factor" Finalists 2010 have landed first place with "Heroes", while Ellie Goulding's cover of Elton John's "Your Song" climbs up one position to two. JLS' charity song "Love You More" falls two spots to three.