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Most number onesEdit

  • 21 – Elvis Presley
  • 17 – The Beatles
  • 14 – Cliff Richard
  • 14 – Westlife
  • 13 – Madonna
  • 12 – The Shadows
  • 11 – Take That
  • 9 – ABBA
  • 9 – Spice Girls
  • 9 – Ventura
  • 8 – The Rolling Stones
  • 8 – Oasis
  • 8 – Rihanna
  • 8 – Eminem
  • 7 – Kylie Minogue
  • 7 – George Michael
  • 7 – Michael Jackson
  • 7 – Elton John
  • 7 – Robbie Williams
  • 7 – U2
  • 7 – McFly
  • 6 – Slad
  • 6 – Rod Stewart
  • 6 – Blondie
  • 6 – Boyzone
  • 6 – Queen
  • 6 – Sugababes
  • 6 – JLS
  • 6 – Britney Spears
  • 6 – Calvin Harris
  • 5 – The Police
  • 5 – David Bowie
  • 5 – The Bee Gees
  • 5 – All Saints
  • 5 – Beyoncé
  • 5 – Dizzee Rascal
  • 5 – The Black Eyed Peas
  • 5 – David Guetta
  • 5 – Ne-Yo
  • 5 – Flo Rida
  • 5 – Olly Murs
  • 5 – Cheryl Cole

Most combined weeks at number one on the UK singles chartsEdit

Rank Artist Weeks at # 1
1 Elvis Presley 80
2 The Beatles 69
3 Ventura 54
4 Cliff Richard 46
5 The Shadows 44
6 Frankie Laine 32
7 ABBA 31
8 Madonna 29
9 Take That 28
10 Rihanna 24

Most weeks at number oneEdit

Position Artist Single Year Weeks
1st Ventura "Mama" 2014 20 weeks
2nd Frankie Laine "I Believe"* 1953 18 weeks
3rd Bryan Adams "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" 1991 16 weeks
4th Wet Wet Wet "Love Is All Around" 1994 15 weeks
5th Queen "Bohemian Rhapsody"* 1975/76 & 1991/92 14 weeks
6th Slim Whitman "Rose Marie" 1955 11 weeks
7th David Whitfield "Cara Mia" 1954 10 weeks
Whitney Houston "I Will Always Love You" 1992
Rihanna feat. Jay Z "Umbrella" 2007