The best-selling album of 2012 is also the final chart-topper of the year, holding off the challenge of Right Place Right Time by Olly Murs at two.
The LP has spent 46 weeks inside the top ten overall, including seven weeks at number one, selling nearly 1.4 million copies.
Rihanna climbs three places to three with Unapologetic, while Michael Bublé drops one to four with Christmas. Bruno Mars's Unorthodox Jukebox completes the top five.
One Direction are up one spot to six with Take Me Home, and Calvin Harris is up five places to seven with 18 Months.
Rita Ora climbs a massive 28 places to eight with Ora, while Neil Diamond and Robbie Williams drop four and one spot respectively to round out the top ten.
Elsewhere, Jake Bugg is up 19 places to 16 with his self-titled debut. Labrinth re-enters at 21 with Electronic Earth.
Olly Murs, Ellie Goulding, Maroon 5, Frank Ocean, Coldplay, The xx and Alt-J also have re-entries in the lower end of the top 40.
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Source: Official Charts Company
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