Seems like our friends on the other side of the pond are getting into the Yuletide cheer early -- or maybe they're just Michael Buble superfans!

Buble just scored another No. 1 album in the U.K. with his holiday release, the aptly titled 'Christmas,' the Official Charts Company revealed on Sunday. The record finally hit its peak of No. 1 after four weeks on the chart, marking the second time the singer has scored a British No. 1 — his 2009 album 'Crazy in Love' went to the top of the charts in the first week of 2010.

It's good, too, given how ambitiously Buble has been promoting the album, which contains his version of Mariah Carey's 1994 standard 'All I Want for Christmas Is You.' He also released a video for his cover of 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,' and is also set to premiere his variety special on NBC in December.

If you're a Buble superfan, you might also be interested in seeing him perform at the official tree lighting ceremony on Nov. 30 at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Sounds like a swoon-inducing good time to us!