Taylor Swift performs after switching on the Christmas lights at Westfield London, White City/Shepherd's Bush on Nov. 6, 2012, in London. / Getty
Taylor Swift has done it again. The country/pop darling has topped the Billboard 200 chart for the second consecutive week.
Her new album, "Red," sold 344,000 copies this past week, still a lot of copies, but a far cry from last week's 1.2 million -- the largest sales week for an album in a decade. Even Swift said the album's first-week numbers were "unbelievable."
"Red" is now the second-biggest set of the year behind Adele's "21," which has sold 4.1 million in 2012 so far.
Swift hasn't commented yet at spending a second week at No. 1, but she has tweeted about her health: "Got a cold. I'm carrying around a box of tissues like it's my new favorite accessory, sneezing excessively, talking like a frog/old man."
Behind Swift on Billboard's latest album chart is rapper Meek Mill, whose debut, "Dreams & Nightmares," opened with 165,000 copies, followed by Rod Stewart's "Merry Christmas, Baby" collection with 88,000.