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What was the Christmas No 1 in 2008?

What was the Christmas No 1 in 2008?

Christmas Number Ones

Year Artist Title
2008 Alexandra Burke Hallelujah
2009 Rage Against The Machine Killing In The Name
2010 Matt Cardle When We Collide
2011 Military Wives Wherever You Are

Who was number 1 on Christmas Day?

The most recent Christmas number one single is “Don’t Stop Me Eatin'” by LadBaby.

Who has had the most Christmas Number 1s?

The Beatles
The Beatles have the record for the most Christmas Number 1s – four – and three of them make the Top 20. Biggest selling, however, is the first: I Want to Hold Your Hand is on 1.82 million.

What was the Christmas number one in 2020?

Don’t Stop Me Eatin
It’s official: LadBaby’s Don’t Stop Me Eatin’ is the winner of the 2020 Official Christmas Number 1, securing a hat-trick of festive chart-toppers and the fastest-selling single of the year.

What year was last Christmas Number 1?

MORE: Every Official UK Number 1 single ever Released in 1984, Last Christmas spent five weeks at Number 2 that year, pipped to the Official Christmas Number 1 post by Band Aid’s Do They Know It’s Christmas?.

What President banned Christmas trees from the White House?

President Theodore Roosevelt
When I was a kid fifty years ago, President Theodore Roosevelt had a bad rap. We learned that way back in the 1900s, he banned Christmas trees from the White House.

How many Christmas Number 1s have there been?

Every Official Christmas Number 1 ever! Look back at every Christmas chart-topper of the last 67 years… All Number 1s are special, but the festive chart-topper is the ultimate prize. Let’s look back at every Official Christmas Number 1 single in the UK.

Who are the top teams in the NFL in 2008?

Standings – Detailed View NFL Team W L T PCT Detroit Lions Lions 0 16 0 0.000 Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs 2 14 0 0.125 St. Louis Rams Rams 2 14 0 0.125 Cincinnati Bengals Bengals 4 11 1 0.281

What was the number one Christmas song in 2018?

Last, but by no means least, are the novelty singles. 2019 and 2018 both saw YouTuber LadBaby claim the Christmas top spot with sausage roll-themed singles, both in aid of food band charity The Trussell Trust.

What was the number one Christmas song in 1963?

The first three, I Want To Hold Your Hand, I Feel Fine and Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out topped the Official Singles Chart consecutively from 1963–1965. Hello, Goodbye was the fourth in 1967. Spice Girls also notched up three consecutive Christmas Number 1s: 2 Become 1, Too Much and Goodbye all reigned the festive rundown from 1996–1998.