NEW YORK Jennifer Lopez is quickly becoming the queen of all media.
Lopez's romantic comedy, "The Wedding Planner'' debuted at the top of the box office this week, and now her new album, "J. Lo,'' has performed the same feat on the album charts.
"J. Lo'' sold more than 272,000 copies in its first week of release and will debut at No. 1 on next week's Billboard album charts, Billboard.com reported Wednesday.
Perhaps even an even bigger achievement for Lopez was knocking the Beatles' phenomenally successful ''1'' from its perch at the top spot. It had spent eight weeks at No. 1.
A track from Lopez's album, "Love Don't Cost a Thing,'' is a Top 5 hit. Her first album, 1999's "On the 6,'' went multiplatinum.
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