List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 2005

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Mariah Carey spent fifteen weeks atop the Hot 100 in 2005, with fourteen of them being "We Belong Together", which became the second longest running number one single on the chart, following Carey's "One Sweet Day".

The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of the United States. Published by Billboard magazine, the data are compiled by Nielsen SoundScan based collectively on each single's weekly physical and digital sales, and airplay. In 2005, there were eight singles that topped the chart in fifty-three issues of the magazine. This is the second lowest number of singles to top the chart in a single year ever, just behind 2002.

During the year, five acts achieved their first US number-one single, either as a lead artist or featured guest: Chris Brown, Mario, Olivia, Gwen Stefani, and Carrie Underwood. Stefani earned her first number-one single in the United States this year, although she had been with band the No Doubt since 1986. Hip hop artist Kanye West gained his first number-one single, "Gold Digger", as lead artist; West previously had a number-one single with "Slow Jamz", a 2004 song by rapper Twista.[1] Two acts, Underwood and Brown, scored a number-one debut single this year.

R&B singer Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" is the longest-running single of 2005, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for 14 non-consecutive weeks.[2][3] To date, it is tied for the longest-running number-one single of the decade,[4] and second in the entire Hot 100 era behind Boyz II Men's and Carey's 1995 single "One Sweet Day", which spent sixteen weeks at number one.[5][6] West's "Gold Digger" is the second longest-running, having peaked the chart for 10 consecutive weeks. Other singles with extended chart runs include R&B singer Mario's "Let Me Love You", his best-performing song to date,[7] and rapper 50 Cent's "Candy Shop", each spent nine straight weeks at number one.

Carey is the only artist to have earned two number-one singles in 2005 after "Don't Forget About Us" topped the chart in the final calendar issue of Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Forget About Us" is Carey's 17th number-one single, placing her second in the list of acts with most number ones in the United States,[3] tying with Elvis Presley. "We Belong Together" is the best-performing single of the chart year, topping the Top Hot 100 Hits of 2005; this gave Carey her first number-one single in the year-end chart.[8]

Chart history

A young black man with short black hair, wearing sunglasses and a gray-and-white checked shirt.
R&B singer Mario scored his first number-one single with "Let Me Love You", which spent at the top spot for nine consecutive weeks, becoming his best-performing single as of 2005.
A woman with blonde curly hair, singing on stage wearing an ornamental military-style jacket and cap.
Singer Gwen Stefani earned her first number one single "Hollaback Girl" in U.S.
A young woman with blonde hair in a red top, holding a microphone and singing with her eyes closed.
Country singer Carrie Underwood earned her first number one single "Inside Your Heaven" in U.S., and stayed at the top for one week.
A man in a red hat, wearing a long red t-shirt over a red long-sleeved shirt, holding a microphone in his right hand.
Singer Chris Brown earned his first number one single "Run It!" in U.S., and stayed at the top for five consecutive weeks.
Key
The yellow background indicates the #1 song on Billboard's 2005 Year-End Chart of Pop Singles.
Issue date Song Artist(s) Reference(s)
January 1 "Let Me Love You" Mario [9]
January 8 [10]
January 15 [11]
January 22 [12]
January 29 [13]
February 5 [14]
February 12 [15]
February 19 [16]
February 26 [17]
March 5 "Candy Shop" 50 Cent featuring Olivia [18]
March 12 [19]
March 19 [20]
March 26 [21]
April 2 [22]
April 9 [23]
April 16 [24]
April 23 [25]
April 30 [26]
May 7 "Hollaback Girl" Gwen Stefani [27]
May 14 [28]
May 21 [29]
May 28 [30]
June 4 "We Belong Together" Mariah Carey [31]
June 11 [32]
June 18 [33]
June 25 [34]
July 2 "Inside Your Heaven" Carrie Underwood [35]
July 9 "We Belong Together" Mariah Carey [36]
July 16 [37]
July 23 [38]
July 30 [39]
August 6 [40]
August 13 [41]
August 20 [42]
August 27 [43]
September 3 [44]
September 10 [45]
September 17 "Gold Digger" Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx [46]
September 24 [47]
October 1 [48]
October 8 [49]
October 15 [50]
October 22 [51]
October 29 [52]
November 5 [53]
November 12 [54]
November 19 [55]
November 26 "Run It!" Chris Brown [56]
December 3 [57]
December 10 [58]
December 17 [59]
December 24 [60]
December 31 "Don't Forget About Us" Mariah Carey [61]

See also

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