The 'Edge Of Glory' singer surged forward two places to score a third week atop the rankings, knocking last Sunday's victor Progress by Take That down to her now-vacant spot behind Adele's 21.
Bon Iver record the highest new entry of the week and a career best for frontman Justin Vernon with their self-titled LP at four, while Adele rounds out the top five with her debut album 19.
At the back end of the Top 10, former chart-toppers Doo Wops & Hooligans by Bruno Mars and Loud by Rihanna climb a respective three and six places to settle in at eight and nine. The two albums have spent a combined total of 56 weeks on the listings.
Folk favourite Paul Simon manages just one stint in the single digits after stumbling six to 12 with So Beautiful Or So What, just overshadowing a second appearance on the chart for Lady GaGa. Her debut LP The Fame is up from 20 to 13 in its 128th week of release.
Also climbing this week is Jennifer Lopez and comeback album Love?, up ten to 15, while her 'On The Floor' collaborator Pitbull is a new entry at 18 with his sixth studio record Planet Pit.
Finally, a new entry from Barry Manilow, entitled 15 Minutes, just pips a re-entering Katy B and On A Mission to the last spot in this week's top 20.
The Top 10 in full:
1. (3) Lady GaGa: 'Born This Way'
2. (2) Adele: '21'
3. (1) Take That: 'Progress'
4. (-) Bon Iver: 'Bon Iver'
5. (5) Adele: '19'
6. (4) Arctic Monkeys: 'Suck It And See'
7. (8) Caro Emerald: 'Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor'
8. (11) Bruno Mars: 'Doo Wops & Hooligans'
9. (15) Rihanna: 'Loud'
10. (7) Bad Meets Evil: 'Hell The Sequel'
Source: Official Charts Company
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