Following a reprocessing of Nielsen SoundScan sales data for the week ending Dec. 9, Andrea Bocelli is now at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart with "Mi Navidad" (Sugar/Siente/Universal Music Latino) selling just under 7,000 copies.

Initially, Thalia's "Primera Fila" (Sony Music Latin) was No. 1 with 7,000 in sales, but now the album is found in two different positions on the list. The standard CD-only version is at No. 4 with just under 6,000; while a Wal-Mart exclusive CD/DVD edition with a different tracklist is at No. 20 with a little over 1,000 copies. The Wal-Mart version sports, essentially, only highlights from the full edition: a six-song CD and a four-track DVD. Originally, sales of both versions were improperly combined, resulting in its No. 1 placing.

As a result, Billboard.biz incorrectly reported that Thalia had debuted at No. 1 on the chart (billboard.biz, Dec. 8). Jenni Rivera's "La Gran Senora" (Fonovisa) now debuts at No. 2 and Cosculluela's "El Principe" (Reggaeton/Siente/Universal Latino Music) bows at No. 3.

Additionally, Bocelli now tops the Latin Pop Albums chart instead of Thalia. Rivera is still No. 1 on Regional Mexican Albums and Cosculluela is still No. 1 on Latin Rhythm Albums.