Biggest selling singles

TRIVIA: The Biggest Selling Singles In The UK

What are the ten biggest selling singles of all time in the UK and how many of us have bought a copy?

(All sales are accurate as of November 2020).

10. Wet Wet Wet – “Love Is All Around” (1994) – No.1 – 1,890,000 copies

9. The Beatles – “She Loves You” (1963) – No.1 – 1,920,000

8. Pharrell Williams – “Happy” (2013) – No.1 – 1,930,000

7. Boney M – “Rivers Of Babylon” (1978) – No.1 – 2,030,000

6. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – “Relax” (1984) – No.1 – 2,060,000

5. John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John – “You’re The One That I Want” (1978) – No.1 – 2,070,000

4. Wings – “Mull Of Kintyre” (1977) – No.1 – 2,080,000

3. Queen – “Bohemian Rhapsody” (1975/1991) – No.1 – 2,500,000

2. Band Aid – “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” (1984) – No.1 – 3,800,000

1. Elton John – “Candle In The Wind ’97” (1997) – No.1 – 4,900,000

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