Bruce Springsteen may have topped the Billboard charts this week with his new album Wrecking Ball -- knocking Adele's 21 out of the No. 1 spot after 23 nonconsecutive weeks -- but chances are British boy band One Direction will debut at the top of the charts next week with their album Up All Night.
In case you haven't heard, One Direction -- comprised of Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan -- is currently taking over with teen girls across the U.S. falling for their British charms. The boy band was formed on the seventh series of the British singing competition "The X Factor," after guest judge Nicole Scherzinger made a recommendation to Simon Cowell to put the five solo hopefuls together to compete in the competition as a group act.
Despite not winning "The X Factor," One Direction quickly surged to the top of the charts in the UK. The band released their debut album Up All Night in November 2011, and it debuted at No. 2 on the UK charts, selling 138,600 in its first week. Up All Night went on to reach the top 10 in 15 other countries as well.
If One Direction does claim the coveted spot atop the Billboard 200 chart, the teen phenomenons would not only make a smashing debut in America, but they would make history.
"The album should do somewhere in the range of 160,000 to 180,000, that's what we're projecting right now," Keith Caulfield, associate director of charts at Billboard, told MTV News. "It's a little hard to gauge ... [but if they do make] No. 1 ... it would mark the first time a British group's first album has debuted at on top."
To add to their stateside success, the group just landed their own Nickelodeon show.
Take a look at current boy bands tearing up the music scene, and vote for your favorite below!
HuffPost Entertainment is your one-stop shop for celebrity news, hilarious late-night bits, industry and awards coverage and more — sent right to your inbox six days a week. Learn more