The Christmas editions of Billboard's pan-European charts show Susan Boyle holding the region's best-selling album for a third week with "I Dreamed A Dream" (Syco Music/Sony Music Entertainment) and Black Eyed Peas leading Hot 100 Singles for a fourth time with "Meet Me Halfway" (Interscope/Universal).

"Dream" tumbles 1-2 in Ireland, 3-5 in Sweden and 3-10 in Germany. It's stable at No. 2 in Holland, No. 5 in Norway, No. 7 in Austria, No. 4 in the Belgian region of Flanders and No. 10 in neighboring Wallony.

Boyle is pursued by a former European Albums leader, Robbie Williams' "Reality Killed The Video Star" (Virgin/EMI), which is back up 3-2 after reviving 10-5 in Denmark and 11-6 in the United Kingdom. It's still at No. 2 in Germany and Switzerland and No. 8 in Austria, but down 7-8 in Holland.

"Meet Me Halfway" continues its European Hot 100 Singles reign with the help of another week at No. 1 in Flanders and climbs of 2-1 in Wallony, 9-4 in Italy, 5-4 in Austria and 13-9 in Denmark. It's at No. 2 again in Germany, where Universal has the top nine titles, with Keri Hilson's "I Like" new at No. 1. That's also in at No. 7 in Austria, for a No. 8 start on Hot 100 Singles.

Meanwhile Black Eyed Peas' parent album, "The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies)," is still going strong in week 28 on European Albums, with a 5-3 climb. It's up 2-1 in France, 9-5 in Wallony and 14-9 in Flanders. Another long-server, Lady Gaga's "The Fame" (Interscope/Universal), which has been riding European Albums for 49 weeks since its release in January, dips 2-4, despite climbing 5-3 in Austria, 4-3 in Germany, 10-8 in Flanders and 14-10 in Denmark.

Midweek sales in the United Kingdom showed Michael Bublé's "Crazy Love" (Reprise/Warner Music) on course to overhaul Boyle at the top of the U.K. chart this Sunday. Meanwhile, it's up 6-5 on European Albums, up 5-1 in Ireland. Michael Jackson's "This Is It" (Epic/Sony Music Entertainment) slips again, 4-6, even though it's up 3-2 in Flanders and 5-4 in Italy.

There's no change at No. 7 on the pan-European album listing for Andrea Bocelli's "My Christmas" (Decca/Universal), which jumps 2-1 in Italy, 3-2 in Finland, 8-7 in Ireland and 17-7 in Holland, and holds at No. 2 in Hungary.

Up one place each overall, to Nos. 8 and 9, are Ich + Ich's "Gute Reise" (Domestic Pop), after another week at No. 1 in Germany, and Norah Jones with "The Fall" (Blue Note/EMI), which is up 3-2 in Wallony and 12-10 in France. Queen's "Absolute Greatest" (Parlophone/EMI) completes the Europe-wide album chart, falling 8-10 overall but improving 9-6 in Hungary.