Celine Dion Back To #1

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Celine Dion's All the Way: A Decade of Song will return to

#1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart after a one-week dip to #2.

Last week's #1, the Notorious B.I.G.'s posthumous Born Again,

will fall to #14 this week. The Dion album, a 1990s retrospective that

includes "My Heart Will Go On" and other hits, sold 536,741 copies in the

week ending Sunday (Dec. 19), according to SoundScan data released on

Wednesday. This week will be its third at the top. The week's highest

debut will come from New Orleans rapper Juvenile, whose Tha

G-Code sold 289,791 copies and will enter at #10, according to SoundScan.

The only other debuts in the top 200 this week will be the soundtrack to

the Ice Cube comedy "Next Friday" — featuring the N.W.A

reunion track "Chin Check" — at #55, and the R.E.M.-dominated

soundtrack to the Andy Kaufman biopic "Man on the Moon," at #169.