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Whitfield's version reached the top spot in the UK Singles Chart first, followed swiftly by Laine's. On 13 November 1953, for the first but not only time in chart history, one version of a song was knocked off the top by another version of the same song. [2] Four weeks later, for the only time in British chart history, the two versions of the same song were at number one together. [2]

Cliff Richard has also had four Christmas number ones - two as a solo act, and with The Shadows and Band Aid II. The Spice Girls matched The Beatles’ three consecutive Xmas Number Ones, from 1996 to 1998. And Spice Girl Mel C gained her fourth Christmas number one as a member of The Justice Collective in 2012. Queen are the only artists to take the same song to the Christmas Number One spot twice with 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in 1975 and 1991. And finally, 'Mary's Boy Child' is the only song to be Christmas number one for two different artists - Harry Belafonte (1957) and Boney M. (1978) (although three generations of Band Aid had Xmas number one hits with 'Do They Know It's Christmas?').


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