Top Ten Worst UK Number 1 Hits
It was Christmas number 1 of 2000.
It was obviously the kids who made it number 1 they wanted their parents to get it.
Proof that the uk has no taste in music. At least in the us we have REAL songs instead of T.V. theme songs
Oh god this is badly bad of all unholiness
I watched Mr Blobby on television but this song...Mr Blobby robbed Take That they where supposed to get Christmas Number 1 with their song "Babe" if I was older I would want to kill Mr Blobby.
Surely this should be the worst number 1 single of all time!
At least Bob The Builder's 'Can You Fix It? ' has proper lyrics and a tune.
Another reason it's the worst UK No1 single of all-time is the fact it prevented a much better song 'Speed Of Sound' by Coldplay getting to No1!
Also, this wasn't fun in anyway, let's not forget it was based on a annoying ringtone, I hated this song at school!
WORST PIECE OF TRASH IN MUSIC HISTORY
Another former X-Factor finalist with an average singing voice, due to the media hype around this her debut single, it managed to make it to No1! Depsite been annoying and very poor
Why is the Bob the Builder theme at number 1?
This is not only the worst UK song, but it’s one of the bottom 3 worst songs of all time
Why is this not top?!
Most of this list is either mediocre or even mildly bad.
Everything is a MASTERPIECE compared to this KAK!
Poor lyrics, poor subject matter of George wanting to see God and never going beyond that. If it was because he had a wife (for example) who was dying and he didn't know what to do and he wanted to turn to God because she is religious but he feels God will not listen because he committed cold-blooded murder in the past, that would instantly be a better song!
This song it's just bad
HOW HAS THIS SONG STAYED AT NUMBER ONE FOR FIVE WEEKS!?
Novelty 2012 UK No1 hit from a Spanish DJ. It's a very annoying dance song with a horrible beat and very few repeative lyrics "When I go the spain, and I see everybody partying, I say what the #!. Played at nightclubs or discos it's almost guartanned to clear the dancefloor of people.
This is one of the few songs in which I think a reference actually disgraces the person it is made about.
2011 UK No1 hit.
Dull, annoying Dub-step track that somehow got to No1 in the charts. One of most number one's of the 21st Century. The tune goes nowhere the vocals sound random, it's not my cup of tea or maybe I just don't get Dub-step.
It left "Vienna" by Ultravox stranded at NUMBER TWO. Go to hell, Britain.
Why the hell were these 2 popular?!