After being the western album with the highest number of weeks in the Oricon Weekly Japanese Top10 Album Chart and the biggest selling album for a western artist and for a solo artist in 2011 (4th overall, behind three local groups), Lady Gaga's Born This Way comes back in the Japanese Top10 Albums in its 33rd week, selling almost 10K and rising 16-8. The album extends its lead as Gaga's biggest selling album in the Japanese market, with its total physical sales currently being 686.534 copies, and scores its 15th week in the top10. [EDIT: The album stayed in the top10 of the chart the following week, too, marking its 16th week in the top10.]
In addition, Born This Way: The Remix climbs 22-17 (4.952 sales, 39.573 total), while The Fame Monster makes another appareance in the top50 (#45), shifting 2.201 copies. And even her DVD Lady Gaga Presents The Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden moves up three places to #16 in the weekly chart with 2.174 copies: this takes its total to date to 35.814.
Another night comes to an end. Meaning another morning is around the corner, and Madonna will have to face the horrifying ordeal of having to look at her reflection, one day older. I wonder if she's had all the mirrors in her house taken down.
Trust me, I'm NEVER getting over Gaga...
You know how they say you can NEVER have too much of a good thing (sushi, sex or Gaga being the 'good thing,' because who doesn't like those things?). I was saying that sometimes too much can be too much, and you need a little break.