Amy Winehouse number 1

Amy Winehouse's posthumous album 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures' has topped the UK album chart.

Amy's album leap-frogged last week's chart-topper Olly Murs with his 'In Case You Didn't Know' album moving down to fourth place this week.

Michael Buble's 'Christmas' and Rebecca Ferguson's debut album 'Heaven' finished in second and third respectively.

Proceeds from Amy's latest album are going to The Amy Winehouse Foundation, set up by her father, which helps young people manage problems with drink and drugs.

Amy's mother, Janis, said it's "amazing" the album has done so well and is glad it will be helping others.

She told The Sunday Telegraph: "It's such amazing news that Amy's album has gone to number one, and just goes to show what she still means to people.

It's especially good for the foundation and knowing that every sale will go to help a deserving cause makes the news all the more special. I'm so proud of my daughter and so happy that she is still touching people. She's forever in my heart."

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