Britney expected to hit No. 1

Britney Spears, whose first four studio albums hit No. 1 on the charts, is likely to return to the pinnacle with her fifth, Blackout, based on a brisk first day of sales, according to Billboard mag. The album, released Tuesday, sold 124,000 copies on its first day, more than double that of the current chart-topper, Carrie Underwood's Carnival Ride. Spears's label, Jive/Zomba, expects the album to sell between 330,000 and 350,000 copies in its first week, which should easily propel it into the No. 1 slot, Billboard reports. The popstar's last studio album, 2003's In the Zone, sold 609,000 in its first week. Spears attended Heidi Klum's annual Halloween bash last night at LA's Green Door lounge with cousin Alli Sims. Why can't this girl put a few clothes on? It got old a long time ago.