The week is over, the final sales numbers are in and Gwen Stefani has officially landed her first No. 1 album as a solo artist. This Is What The Truth Feels Like, the singer's third record released under her own name and her first since dropping The Sweet Escape back in 2006, sold 84,000 copies to supplant Rihanna and ANTI from the top spot on Billboard's 200 chart. 

Of course, this isn't the only time Stefani has reigned at the top of the album charts. In 1995, she managed to log her first No. 1 album with her band No Doubt and their breakthrough record Tragic Kingdom. The band's follow-up Return of Saturn nearly made it two-for-two, but was blocked from the top spot by NSYNC's monster album No Strings AttachedAs a solo artist, both of Stefani's prior release made it onto Billboard's Top-10 with Love. Angel. Music. Baby.  going to No. 5 and The Sweet Escape making it all the way to No. 3.

The rest of the Top-5 was rounded out by The Voice winner Jordan Smith's debut album Something Beautiful at No. 2, ANTI at No. 3, Adele's 25 at No. 4, and Purpose by Justin Bieber at No. 5.