The singer's second studio album - which was number one on Wednesday's midweek tally - has been over taken by Mumford & Sons' Babel, Music Week reports.
Elsewhere on the album chart, Muse's The 2nd Law is at three, Pink's The Truth About Love falls three to four and Jeff Lynne's Long Wave and Mr Blue Sky are at five and seven respectively.
On the singles chart, Swedish House Mafia remain at number one with 'Don't You Worry Child', which has sold over 100,000 downloads, and Adele holds at two with 'Skyfall'.
Meanwhile, Psy's 'Gangnam Style' slips from two to four, and Ellie Goulding's 'Anything Could Happen' lifts to five; pushing Leona Lewis's 'Trouble' down to six.
The Official Singles and Album charts are announced on BBC Radio 1 each Sunday between 4pm and 7pm.
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