Lady Gaga's sales took off in the U.K. after her Super Bowl halftime show, with two of her albums expected to return to the top 40 this week. The chart attack comes as Nielsen Music reported that her U.S. sales totals were up by 1,000 percent over the previous week.
According to the U.K.'s Official Charts company, Gaga's glitzy performance on Sunday (Feb. 5) is expected to send her latest album, Joanne, up 222 percent, sending it back into the top 20 on this Friday's (Feb. 10) Official Albums Chart. The last time the album was in the top 20 was more than three months ago.
And that's not all. Gaga's debut, 2008's The Fame -- whose songs made up the majority of the 13-minute set -- is expected to jump back into the top 40 for the first time since October 2011, currently sitting at No. 37 thanks to a 1,605 percent surge.