For the first time, Selena Gomez reached the top of the album chart on the Billboard 200 with "Stars Dance". According to data compiled by Nielsen SoundScan, the new material by the artist sold 97,000 copies in its first week of release, becoming the best selling album of her career.
Her single When The Sun Goes Down "debuted in fourth place with 78,000 copies sold.
In addition, the singer, who turned 21 recently, is the youngest female singer to win first place in the ranking since Taylor Swift in 2010 with the album "Speak Now".
"Stars Dance" topped the album "Magna Carta Holy Grail" by Jay Z was in first place for two consecutive weeks, but now down a position and ranks second.
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