Ariana Grande has topped the UK album chart in a week that saw three Aretha Franklin albums re-enter the Top 40.
Grande said she was “so grateful” to score her second UK number one album with Sweetener, which sold 45,000 copies in its first week on release.
Meanwhile, Franklin’s death saw a surge of interest in her back catalogue.
Respect and I Say A Little Prayer were streamed more than a million times each this week, data collated by the Official Charts Company revealed.
Grande last topped the albums chart with Dangerous Woman, which spent one week in the top spot in 2016.
Sweetener’s success brought an end to the Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again soundtrack’s four-week chart-topping reign.