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Ariana Grande lands first number one album in the U.K.

Ariana Grande has scored her first number one album in the U.K.

Dangerous Woman has shot to the top of the chart two years after My Everything hit the top five but never made it to number one.

But it only just made it, with 600 more sales than Drake's Views, which spent two weeks at the top of the countdown.

Former The Verve star Richard Ashcroft debuts at three with his new solo release These People, while Beyonce's Lemonade and Bob Dylan's Fallen Angels round out the top five.

Meanwhile, Drake has landed a seventh week at the top of the singles chart with One Dance. No one has spent seven weeks at the top since Leona Lewis managed the feat in 2007 with Bleeding Love.

Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling stays put at two, and Calvin Harris and Rihanna's This Is What You Came For is unmoved at three.

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