Madonna overtakes Elvis Presley with the most UK No.1 albums ever by a solo act

Madonna Set To Make Chart History Sunday when she overtakes Elvis Presley with the most UK No.1 albums ever by a solo act.

MDNA—which was released Monday on Interscope – is on course to be Madonna’s 12th No.1 album to date; one more than Elvis and another amazing achievement for the UK’s biggest ever selling female artist. Only The Beatles with 15 number ones have topped the chart more times.

Pre-orders for the album on iTunes took it to No.1 in 50 countries – the largest one day pre-order in iTunes history and the reviews have been celebratory with The Times trumpeting “there can only be one queen of pop” and the NME calling it “a ridiculously enjoyable romp”

The raunchy, relentlessly talked about video for ‘Girl Gone Wild’ has sent the blogosphere into overdrive. Check it out here:



The Queen of Pop is having a huge party this summer and everyone’s invited! She takes her explosive live act all around the world and back again, including three eagerly awaited UK shows, tickets from www.livenation.co,uk

Madonna plays
July
Tue 17th LONDON, Hyde Park (with LMFAO & Martin Solveig)
Thu 19th BIRMINGHAM, NIA Arena
Sat 21st EDINBURGH, Murrayfield Stadium

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