It’s 21 years since Stay Another Day became the UK’s Christmas number-one, but where does it rank in our list of favourite and not so favourite Christmas songs?
Watch the video to find out.
Christmas is fast approaching which means Christmas songs are about to take over the airwave but which songs do we love to sing along to and which do we wish had never been written?
A new poll by Morrisons released today shows Mr Blobby is the nation’s most hated Christmas song, with the Pogues’ Fairy Tale of New York our favourite – but what other songs make the hot and not lists?
Tony Mortimer the man behind East 17’s monster 1994 Christmas number one ‘Stay Another Day’ reveals all in our video as we count down to number 1.
Top 20 WORST CHRISTMAS SONGS EVER
1. Christmas In Blobby Land, Mr Blobby
2. The Christmas Song, Alvin and the Chipmunks
3. I’m The Christmas Queen, Miss Piggy
4. The Christmas Song, David Hasselhoff
5. Christmas Wrapping, The Spice Girls
6. Holy Night, Celine Dion
7. Please Daddy (Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas), John Denve
8. Christmas Tree, Lady Gaga
9. Christmas Conga, Cyndi Lauper
10. Santa Baby, Madonna
11. Eight Days of Christmas, Destiny’s Child
12. Santa Baby, Kylie Minogue
13. Santa’s Beard, The Beach Boys
14. One More Sleep, Leona Lewis
15. A Wonderful Christmas Time, Paul McCartney & Wings
16. Jingle Bell Rock, Billy Idol
17. It Must Be Santa, Bob Dylan
18. Here Comes Santa Claus, Gene Autry
19. Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Bruce Springsteen
20. Jingle Bells, Crazy Frog
Top 20 BEST-LOVED CHRISTMAS SONGS EVER
1. Fairytale of New York, The Pogues (ft Kirsty MacColl)
2. Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday, Wizzard
3. Last Christmas, Wham!
4. Do They Know It’s Christmas, Band Aid
5. All I Want For Christmas Is You, Maria Carey
6. It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, Perry Como
7. Merry Xmas Everybody, Slade
8. Driving Home For Christmas, Chris Rea
9. Rocking around the Christmas Tree, Brenda Lee
10. Walking In A Winter Wonderland, Dean Martin
11. Let It Snow, Dean Martin
12. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, Ella Fitzgerald
13. Step Into Christmas, Elton John
14. Happy Christmas (War is Over), John Lennon
15. Santa baby, Eartha Kitt
16. Stay Another Day, E17
17. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Gene Autry
18. Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth, Bing Crosby and David Bowie
19. Mary’s Boy Child, Boney M
20. Cliff Richard, Mistletoe and Wine
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