Celine Regains Number One As Juvenile Hits Chart

Canadian songstress Celine Dion will climb back up to number one on the "Billboard" album chart next week as her "All The Way: A Decade Of Song" continues to gain momentum.

After relinquishing number one last week, Celine will be back on top next week as her latest effort sees its one-week sales bounce from 414,000 copies last week to 536,000 copies this week.

Last week's number one, The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Born Again," drops down to number 14 next week as its one-week sales dip from first week numbers over 485,000 copies to 251,000 copies in its second week. The rapper's album turns out to be the only album in the top 20 (and one of only two in the top 50) to see its sales dip after last week as the holiday buying season has sales up across the board.

The Christmas rush gave the Backstreet Boys a healthy push as the boy band's "Millennium" provided Celine's biggest competition for the top spot. After selling more than 376,000 copies the previous week, the Boys sold

more than 506,000 copies of the album last week to jump into the number two spot.

The week's only top ten debut belongs to Juvenile, whose "G-Code" arrives at number 10 after selling more than 289,000 copies in its first week out. The week' other notable debuts include the "Next Friday" soundtrack at 55 and the "Man On The Moon" soundtrack at 169.