What was the Christmas number one in 2012?

Official Charts Company’s Managing Director, Martin Talbot, says, ‚ÄúCongratulations to The Justice Collective on becoming the 2012 Official Christmas Number 1 with He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother.

What was number one in the charts 2012?

SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW
In 2012 the Official Singles Chart commemorated its 60th anniversary, and sales of singles in the UK reached an all-time high….The full Official Top 40 biggest selling singles of 2012 below. See the full Top 100 here.

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Who knocked Bryan Adams off the charts?

U2
The Bryan Adams song was featured on the soundtrack to the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and was at the top of the charts from 7 July until it was knocked off by U2’s “The Fly” on 27 October. The single sold over 1.5 million copies, spent sixteen weeks at number-one and five more weeks in the top ten.

What was no1 September 2012?

Bom Bom
Number-one singles

Chart date (week ending) Song Sales
1 September “Bom Bom” 107,461
8 September “Wings” 106,766
15 September “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” 88,784
22 September “Hall of Fame” 70,150

Which group has had the most UK Christmas Number 1 singles?

The Beatles
The Beatles, unsurprisingly, hold the record for the most Christmas number ones, with four, however the top spot has been claimed for the last three years by YouTuber LadBaby. The Spice Girls also had an impressive three consecutive victories in the mid-Nineties, with Cliff Richard also having a hat trick to his name.

Which song was at number 1 the longest UK?

The longest unbroken run at number one is “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You” by Bryan Adams, which spent 16 consecutive weeks in 1991.

What was the number one song in October of 2012?

Chart history

Issue date Song Artist(s)
October 6 “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” P!nk
October 13 “One More Night” Maroon 5
October 20
October 27