With the entire world tuned into Beyonce‘s Super Bowl Half Time Show performance last Sunday, it was inevitable that this week would see she and her Destiny’s Child sisters reap the commercial rewards for their hard work on the night.
Now find out how their UK fans have shown their gratitude to the trio on the Official Charts, below…
In at #3 on the R&B tally comes their latest compilation LP ‘Love Songs‘, led by the Michelle Williams penned ‘Nuclear’.
Blocked to the top spot by Rihanna‘s ‘Unapologetic‘ and Alicia Keys‘ ‘Girl On Fire’, the album’s success in the nation will come as little surprise to the trio, who enjoyed 12 Top Ten singles and two Triple Platinum albums in the nation, during their peak.
Elsewhere on the chart, Beyonce’s 2011 album ‘4’ rises 32 spots to claim the #8 spot, while her 2008 LP ‘I Am..Sasha Fierce‘ soars back into the Top 20 despite being released 216 weeks ago. As it stands, it occupies the #17 spot while her 2003 debut ‘Dangerously In Love’ flies back into the Top 40 and sits at #37, after an impressive 92 weeks.