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Oldies 13/12/2011

Elvis' 'Blue Christmas' Is Number One Christmas Music Video

Elvis' 'Blue Christmas' Is Number One Christmas Music Video
New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Votive Communications)

With Christmas fast approaching, MUZU.TV, the online music video site with the world's largest legal catalogue, has revealed the top 10 most watched Christmas music videos in the UK, according to its latest data, with Elvis Presley and Martina McBride's 'Blue Christmas' making it into the top spot.

The top 10 most watched Christmas music videos in the UK are*:

1) Elvis Presley & Martina McBride - Blue Christmas


2) Coldplay - Christmas Lights
3) The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl - Fairytale Of New York
4) Justin Bieber - Mistletoe
5) WHAM! - Last Christmas
6) Bob Dylan - Must Be Santa
7) The Darkness - Christmas Time [Don't Let The Bells End]
8) Band Aid 20 - Do They Know It's Christmas?
9) Peter Kay's - Geraldine McQueen - Once Upon a Christmas Song
10) Band Aid - Do They Know Its Christmas?

*Source: MUZU.TV






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