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What Was Christmas Number 1 In The Year You Were Born?

We’ve rounded up every Christmas chart topper from 1987 to now

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Can you remember what was Christmas Number 1 in the year you were born? Of course you can’t, but it would be pretty interesting to know, right?!

So, we’ve gathered every UK Christmas Number 1 and their music video from the last 30 years, so that you can discover what song everyone was opening their Christmas presents to, when you were just a little sprog! Scroll down to discover whether you were a Spice Girls tot, a Westlife newborn or maybe even a fun Mr Blobby baby!

It goes a little something like this…

1987: Pet Shop Boys – Always On My Mind

1988: Cliff Richards – Mistletoe And Wine

1989: Band Aid II – Do They Know It’s Christmas?

1990: Cliff Richard – Saviour’s Day

1991: Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody/These Are the Days Of Our Lives

1992: Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You

1993: Mr Blobby – Mr Blobby

1994: East 17 – Stay Another Day

1995: Michael Jackson – Earth Song

1996: Spice Girls – 2 Become 1

1997: Spice Girls – Too Much

1998: Spice Girls – Goodbye

1999: Westlife – I Have A Dream/Seasons In The Sun

2000: Bob the Builder – Can We Fix It?

2001: Robbie Williams & Nicole Kidman – Somethin’ Stupid

2002: Girls Aloud – Sound Of The Underground

2003: Michael Andrews & Gary Jules – Mad World

2004: Band Aid 20 – Do They Know It’s Christmas?

2005: Shayne Ward – That’s My Goal

2006: Leona Lewis – A Moment Like This

2007: Leon Jackson – When You Believe

2008: Alexandra Burke – Hallelujah

2009: Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name

2010: Matt Cardle – When We Collide

2011: Military Wives with Gareth Malone – Wherever You Are

2012: The Justice Collective – He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

2013: Sam Bailey – Skyscraper

2014: Ben Haenow – Something I Need

2015: The Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir – A Bridge Over You

2016: Clean Bandit – Rockabye

Just a few weeks to go and then 2017 can be added to the list!

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