Jahmene Douglas scores debut number one album with ‘Love Never Fails’

Jahmene Douglas has scored a debut number one album in the UK.

The X Factor finalist enters straight at the top spot with Love Never Fails, an album of soul and gospel cover versions.

Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines falls one place from last week’s number one, followed by Jay Z’s Magna Carter… Holy Grail at three.

Passenger climbs a spot to four with All the Little Lights, swapping places with Rod Stewart’s Time at five.

David Guetta leaps 16 places back into the Top 10 at eight with Nothing But the Beat. Gabrielle Aplin climbs up 19 spots to 17 with English Rain.

Selena Gomez earns a new entry at 14 with Stars Dance, while The Rolling Stones enter at 16 with Hyde Park Live.

F**k Buttons land at 36 with their latest album Slow Focus. Wildhearts frontman Ginger and singer Victoria Liedtke’s project Hey! Hello! enter at 37 with their self-titled LP.