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Since 2009, the Vodafone Big Top 40 has been serving as the UK's biggest chart show, but can you remember every Xmas No.1?
An online campaign was set up to get Rage Against The Machine's 1991 single 'Killing In The Name Of' after a group of angry music fans wanted to keep the X Factor winner's single off the top spot. Well...it worked!
No online campaign was able to stop Matt Cardle's X Factor winner's single off the xmas top spot. His powerful cover of this Biffy Clyro classic blew the public away in 2010.
All the lyrics for this beautiful song was compiled of words from actual letters sent between the wives and their army partners #Aww
The likes of Paul McCartney and Robbie Williams came together for the Hillsborough Disaster charity single. The song was made famous by The Hollies and Neil Diamond.
It might sound crazy what I'm about to say…but Pharrell's 'Happy' actually stayed in the Big Top 40 chart for a massive 48 weeks! Taken from the "Despicable Me" soundtrack, everybody couldn't get enough of it back in 2013.
Not only did Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars nab the Christmas No.1 spot in 2014, they also notched up seven consecutive weeks in pole position too.
After a run of three weeks at No.1, Justin Bieber capped off a whole month with grabbing the #BT40XmasNo1, wow! Picture: Gobinder Jhitta.