The Queen of Pop is used to breaking records she is the highest-selling female recording artist of all time but you probably won't hear her shouting from the rooftops about this one.
Madonna's 12th studio album MDNA is about to set the record for the biggest second week sales drop in U.S. Billboard chart history, Forbes reports.
Racking up sales of 359,000 album sales in the first week, MDNA is on track to sell only 46,000 copies by the end of this week. Forbes estimates a drop of 88 percent, which will surely displace the Material Girl's eighth number one album in the US.
It's not all bad news for the leotard-loving 53-year-old. The album, featuring the singles 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' and 'Girl Gone Wild', is the biggest-selling album debut of 2012 on the Billboard charts.
But Madge may have tricked her way to the top. MDNA was included in the ticket price for her upcoming shows, which definitely could've helped boost sales.
The Hollywood Reporter claims 185,000 copies of the album were sold in the ticket package, but the figures are still unconfirmed.
In Australia, MDNA dropped from number one to number nine in its second week, while it made the same plunge in the UK, except to number seven after just one week at the top spot.
Listen to MDNA in full below: