Wham's Last Christmas has finally topped the UK charts - 36 years after its release.
Written and produced by George Michael, it was kept off the number one slot by Band Aid's Do They Know It's Christmas? when it was first released in 1984.
But, on the fourth anniversary of the death of the band's co-founder, the song has hit the top spot after being streamed 9.2 million times in the last week.
In doing so, it set a new record for the longest time taken for a single to reach number one, beating the 33 years, four months Tony Christie's (Is This The Way To) Amarillo took when it hit the top in 2005.
Last Christmas, originally a double A-side with Everything She Wants, spent five weeks at number two when it was released in Wham's mid-1980s heyday.
It even got as high as number six when it was re-released the following year.
The song reached number one in Denmark, Slovenia, and Sweden and, apart from the UK, it reached number two in eight other countries including Ireland, Germany and Italy.
Its enduring popularity has seen it climb back into the top 40 no less than 13 times since 2007, shortly after downloads were introduced to the Official Chart.
It reached number two again in 2018.
In finally hitting top spot, the song has lost an unwanted record - that of being the UK's best-selling single to never reach number one, accumulating 1.9 million pure sales to date across its lifetime.
That title now goes to Maroon 5's Moves Like Jagger ft. Christina Aguilera (1.55m pure sales), a number two hit in 2011.
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