List of artists by number of UK Singles Chart number ones

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This is a list of artists and the titles of their number one singles in order of total number one singles in the UK Singles Chart since it began in 1952. To qualify for entry on the list, they must have been individually credited as an artist on four or more number one singles, as recognised by The Official Charts Company.

Total Artist Singles Year reached No.1 Weeks at No.1 Notes
21 Elvis Presley "All Shook Up" 1957 7
"Jailhouse Rock" 1958 3
"One Night" / "I Got Stung" 1959 3
"A Fool Such As I" / "I Need Your Love Tonight" 5
"It's Now or Never" 1960 8 First artist to have five No.1s
"Are You Lonesome Tonight?" 4 First artist to have six No.1s
"Wooden Heart" 1961 6 First artist to have seven No.1s
"Surrender" 4 First artist to have eight No.1s
"Little Sister"/"(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame" 4 First artist to have nine No.1s
"Rock-A-Hula Baby" / "Can't Help Falling in Love" 1962 4 First artist to have 10 No.1s
"Good Luck Charm" 5 First artist to have 11 No.1s
"She's Not You" 3 First artist to have 12 No.1s
"Return to Sender" 3 First artist to have 13 No.1s
"(You're the) Devil in Disguise" 1963 1 First artist to have 14 No.1s
"Crying in the Chapel" 1965 2 First artist to have 15 No.1s
"The Wonder of You" 1970 6
"Way Down" 1977 5
"A Little Less Conversation" 2002 4 First artist to have 18 No.1s. Credited as Elvis vs JXL
"Jailhouse Rock" 2005 1 First artist to have 19 No.1s
"One Night" / "I Got Stung" 1 First artist to have 20 No.1s
"It's Now or Never" 1 First artist to have 21 No.1s
17 The Beatles "From Me to You" 1963 7
"She Loves You" 6
"I Want to Hold Your Hand" 5
"Can't Buy Me Love" 1964 3
"A Hard Day's Night" 3
"I Feel Fine" 5
"Ticket to Ride" 1965 3
"Help!" 3
"Day Tripper" / "We Can Work It Out" 5
"Paperback Writer" 1966 2
"Yellow Submarine" / "Eleanor Rigby" 4
"All You Need Is Love" 1967 3
"Hello, Goodbye" 7
"Lady Madonna" 1968 2
"Hey Jude" 2
"Get Back" 1969 6 The Beatles with Billy Preston. First artist to have 16 No.1s
"The Ballad of John and Yoko" 3 First artist to have 17 No.1s
14 Westlife "Swear It Again"* 1999 2
"If I Let You Go"* 1
"Flying Without Wings"* 1
"I Have a Dream" /
"Seasons in the Sun"*
4
"Fool Again"* 2000 1
"Against All Odds"* 2 Westlife & Mariah Carey
"My Love"* 1 Record holders for most consecutive No.1's (7)
"Uptown Girl"* 2001 1
"Queen of My Heart"* 1
"World of Our Own"* 2002 1
"Unbreakable" 1
"Mandy" 2003 1
"You Raise Me Up" 2005 2
"The Rose" 2006 1
14 Cliff Richard[1] "Living Doll" 1959 6 Cliff Richard and The Drifters
"Travellin' Light" 5 Cliff Richard and The Shadows
"Please Don't Tease" 1960 3
"I Love You" 2
"The Young Ones" 1962 6
"The Next Time" / "Bachelor Boy" 3[2]
"Summer Holiday" 1963 3
"The Minute You're Gone" 1965 1
"Congratulations" 1968 2
"We Don't Talk Anymore" 1979 4
"Living Doll" 1986 3 Cliff Richard & The Young Ones, featuring Hank Marvin
"Mistletoe and Wine" 1988 4
"Saviour's Day" 1990 1
"Millennium Prayer" 1999 3
13 Madonna "Into the Groove" 1985 4
"Papa Don't Preach" 1986 3
"True Blue" 1
"La Isla Bonita" 1987 2
"Who's That Girl" 1
"Like a Prayer" 1989 3
"Vogue" 1990 4
"Frozen" 1998 1
"American Pie" 2000 1
"Music" 1
"Hung Up" 2005 3
"Sorry" 2006 1
"4 Minutes" 2008 4 Madonna & Justin Timberlake
12 The Shadows[3] "Living Doll" 1959 6 Cliff Richard and The Drifters
"Travellin' Light" 5 Cliff Richard and The Shadows
"Please Don't Tease" 1960 3
"Apache" 5
"I Love You" 2 Cliff Richard and The Shadows
"Kon-Tiki" 1961 1
"The Young Ones" 1962 6 Cliff Richard and The Shadows
"Wonderful Land" 8
"The Next Time" / "Bachelor Boy" 3[4] Cliff Richard and The Shadows
"Dance On!" 1963 1
"Summer Holiday" 3 Cliff Richard and The Shadows
"Foot Tapper" 1
11 Take That "Pray" 1993 4
"Relight My Fire" 2 featuring Lulu
"Babe" 1
"Everything Changes" 1994 2
"Sure" 2
"Back for Good" 1995 4
"Never Forget" 3
"How Deep Is Your Love" 1996 3
"Patience" 2006 4
"Shine" 2007 2
"Greatest Day" 2008 1
9 ABBA "Waterloo"* 1974 2
"Mamma Mia" 1976 2
"Fernando" 4
"Dancing Queen" 6
"Knowing Me, Knowing You" 1977 5
"The Name of the Game" 4
"Take a Chance on Me" 1978 3
"The Winner Takes It All" 1980 2
"Super Trouper" 3
9 Spice Girls "Wannabe"* 1996 7
"Say You'll Be There"* 3
"2 Become 1"* 3
"Mama" / "Who Do You Think You Are"* 1997 3
"Spice Up Your Life"* 1
"Too Much"* 3
"Viva Forever" 1998 3
"Goodbye" 2
"Holler" / "Let Love Lead the Way" 2000 1
8 The Rolling Stones "It's All Over Now" 1964 1
"Little Red Rooster" 1
"The Last Time" 1965 3
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" 2
"Get Off of My Cloud" 3
"Paint It, Black" 1966 1
"Jumpin' Jack Flash 1968 2
"Honky Tonk Women" 1969 5
8 Oasis "Some Might Say" 1995 1
"Don't Look Back in Anger" 1996 1
"D'You Know What I Mean" 1997 1
"All Around the World" 1998 1
"Go Let It Out" 2000 1
"The Hindu Times" 2002 1
"Lyla" 2005 1
"The Importance of Being Idle" 1
8 Rihanna "Umbrella" 2007 10 Rihanna featuring Jay-Z
"Take a Bow" 2008 2
"Run This Town" 2009 1 Jay-Z featuring Rihanna & Kanye West
"Only Girl (In the World)" 2010 2
"What's My Name?" 2011 1 Rihanna featuring Drake
"We Found Love" 6 Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris
"Diamonds" 2012 1
"The Monster" 2013 1 Eminem featuring Rihanna
8 Eminem "Real Slim Shady" 2000 1
"Stan" 1
"Without Me" 2002 1
"Lose Yourself" 1
"Just Lose It" 2004 1
"Like Toy Soldiers" 2005 1
"Smack That" 2006 1 Akon featuring Eminem
"The Monster" 2013 1 Eminem featuring Rihanna
7 George Michael[5] "Careless Whisper"* 1984 3
"A Different Corner"* 1986 3
"I Knew You Were Waiting (for Me)" 1987 2 George Michael & Aretha Franklin
"Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" 1991 2 George Michael & Elton John
Five Live (EP) 1993 3 George Michael & Queen with Lisa Stansfield
"Jesus to a Child" 1996 1
"Fastlove" 3
7 Michael Jackson[6] "One Day in Your Life" 1981 2
"Billie Jean" 1983 1
"I Just Can't Stop Loving You" 1987 2 Michael Jackson & Siedah Garrett
"Black or White" 1991 2
"You Are Not Alone" 1995 2
"Earth Song" 6
"Blood on the Dance Floor" 1997 1
7 Kylie Minogue[7] "I Should Be So Lucky"* 1988 5
"Especially for You" 1989 3 Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
"Hand on Your Heart" 1
"Tears on My Pillow" 1990 1
"Spinning Around" 2000 1
"Can't Get You Out of My Head" 2001 4
"Slow" 2003 1
7 Elton John "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" 1976 6 Elton John & Kiki Dee
"Sacrifice" / "Healing Hands" 1990 5
"Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" 1991 2 George Michael and Elton John
"Candle in the Wind '97" /
"Something About the Way You Look Tonight"
1997 5
"Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" 2002 1 Blue featuring Elton John
"Are You Ready for Love?" 2003 1
"Ghetto Gospel" 2005 3 2Pac featuring Elton John
7 U2 "Desire" 1988 1
"The Fly" 1991 1
"Discothèque" 1997 1
"Beautiful Day" 2000 1
"Take Me to the Clouds Above" 2004 2 LMC vs U2
"Vertigo" 1
"Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own" 2005 1
7 McFly "5 Colours in Her Hair"* 2004 2
"Obviously"* 1
"All About You/You've Got a Friend" 2005 1
"I'll Be OK" 1
"Don't Stop Me Now"/"Please, Please" 2006 1
"Star Girl" 1
"Baby's Coming Back/Transylvania" 2007 1
7 Robbie Williams[8][9] "Millennium" 1998 1
"She's the One"/"It's Only Us" 1999 1
"Rock DJ" 2000 1
"Eternity/The Road to Mandalay" 2001 2
"Somethin' Stupid" 3 Robbie Williams & Nicole Kidman
"Radio" 2004 1
"Candy" 2012 2
7 Calvin Harris "Dance Wiv Me" 2008 4 Dizzee Rascal featuring Calvin Harris and Chrome
"I'm Not Alone" 2009 2
"We Found Love" 2011 6 Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris
"Sweet Nothing" 2012 1 Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch
"Under Control" 2013 1 Calvin Harris & Alesso featuring Hurts
"Summer" 2014 1
"Blame" 1 Calvin Harris featuring John Newman
6 Slade "Coz I Luv You" 1971 4
"Take Me Bak 'Ome" 1972 1
"Mama Weer All Crazee Now" 3
"Cum On Feel the Noize" 1973 4
"Skweeze Me Pleeze Me" 3
"Merry Xmas Everybody" 5
6 Rod Stewart "Maggie May" 1971 5
"You Wear It Well" 1972 1
"Sailing" 1975 4
"I Don't Want to Talk About It"/"The First Cut Is the Deepest" 1977 4
"Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" 1978 1
"Baby Jane" 1983 3
6 Blondie "Heart of Glass" 1979 4
"Sunday Girl" 3
"Atomic" 1980 2
"Call Me" 1
"The Tide Is High" 2
"Maria" 1999 1
6 Boyzone "Words" 1996 1
"A Different Beat" 1
"All That I Need" 1998 1
"No Matter What" 3
"When the Going Gets Tough" 1999 2
"You Needed Me" 1
6 Queen "Bohemian Rhapsody" 1975 9
"Under Pressure" 1981 2 Queen & David Bowie
"Innuendo" 1991 1
"Bohemian Rhapsody"/"These Are the Days of Our Lives" 5
Five Live (EP) 1993 3 George Michael & Queen with Lisa Stansfield
"We Will Rock You" 2000 1 Five and Queen
6 Sugababes[10] "Freak Like Me" 2002 1
"Round Round" 1
"Hole in the Head" 2003 1
"Push the Button" 2005 3
"Walk This Way" 2007 1 Sugababes vs. Girls Aloud
"About You Now" 4
6 JLS "Beat Again" 2009 2
"Everybody In Love" 1
"The Club Is Alive" 2010 1
"Love You More" 1
"She Makes Me Wanna" 2011 1 JLS featuring Dev
"Wishing On A Star" 1 The X Factor Finalists 2011 featuring JLS and One Direction
6 Britney Spears "...Baby One More Time"* 1999 2
"Born to Make You Happy" 2000 1
"Oops!... I Did It Again" 1
"Toxic" 2004 1
"Everytime" 1
"Scream & Shout" 2013 2 will.i.am featuring Britney Spears
6 David Guetta "When Love Takes Over" 2009 1 David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland
"Sexy Bitch" 1 David Guetta featuring Akon
"Gettin' Over You" 2010 1 David Guetta and Chris Willis featuring Fergie and LMFAO
"Club Can't Handle Me" 1 Flo Rida featuring David Guetta
"Titanium" 2012 1 David Guetta featuring Sia
"Lovers on the Sun" 2014 1 David Guetta featuring Sam Martin
5 The Police "Message in a Bottle" 1979 3
"Walking on the Moon" 1
"Don't Stand So Close to Me" 1980 4
"Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" 1981 1
"Every Breath You Take" 1983 4
5 David Bowie[11] "Space Oddity" 1975 2
"Ashes to Ashes" 1980 2
"Under Pressure" 1981 2 Queen & David Bowie
"Let's Dance" 1983 3
"Dancing in the Street" 1985 4 David Bowie & Mick Jagger
5 Bee Gees "Massachusetts" 1967 4
"I've Gotta Get a Message to You" 1968 1
"Night Fever" 1978 2
"Tragedy" 1979 2
"You Win Again" 1987 4
5 All Saints "Never Ever" 1998 1
"Under the Bridge / Lady Marmalade" 2
"Bootie Call" 1
"Pure Shores" 2000 2
"Black Coffee" 1
5 Beyoncé[12] "Crazy in Love" 2003 3 Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z
"Déjà Vu" 2006 1
"Beautiful Liar" 2007 4 Beyoncé & Shakira
"If I Were a Boy" 2008 1
"Telephone" 2010 2 Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé
5 Dizzee Rascal[13] "Dance wiv Me" 2008 4 Dizzee Rascal featuring Calvin Harris and Chrome
"Bonkers" 2009 2 Dizzee Rascal and Armand Van Helden
"Holiday" 1 Dizzee Rascal featuring Chrome
"Dirtee Disco" 2010 1
"Shout" 2 Shout for England featuring Dizzee Rascal and James Corden
5 The Black Eyed Peas "Where Is the Love? 2003 6
"Boom Boom Pow" 2009 2
"I Gotta Feeling" 2
"Meet Me Halfway" 1
"The Time (Dirty Bit)" 2010 1
5 Ne-Yo "So Sick" 2006 1
"Closer" 2008 1
"Beautiful Monster" 2010 1
"Give Me Everything" 2011 3 Pitbull featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer
"Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)" 2012 1
5 Flo Rida "Right Round" 2009 1 Flo Rida featuring Kesha
"Bad Boys" 1 Alexandra Burke featuring Flo Rida
"Club Can't Handle Me" 2010 1 Flo Rida featuring David Guetta
"Good Feeling" 2012 1
"Troublemaker" 2 Olly Murs featuring Flo Rida
5 will.i.am[14] "OMG" 2010 1 Usher featuring will.i.am
"This Is Love" 2012 1 will.i.am featuring Eva Simons
"Hall Of Fame" 2 The Script featuring will.i.am
"Scream & Shout" 2013 2 will.i.am featuring Britney Spears
"It's My Birthday" 2014 1 will.i.am & Cody Wise
5 Tinie Tempah "Pass Out" 2010 2 Tinie Tempah featuring Labrinth
"Written in the Stars" 1 Tinie Tempah featuring Eric Turner
"R.I.P." 2012 2 Rita Ora featuring Tinie Tempah
"Tsunami (Jump)" 2014 1 DVBBS & Borgeous featuring Tinie Tempah
"Crazy Stupid Love" 1 Cheryl Cole featuring Tinie Tempah
5 Cheryl Cole[15][16] "Fight for This Love" 2009 2
"Promise This" 2010 1
"Call My Name" 2012 1
"Crazy Stupid Love" 2014 1 Cheryl Cole featuring Tinie Tempah
"I Don't Care" 1
4 Frankie Laine "I Believe" 1953 18
"Hey Joe" 2
"Answer Me" 8 First artist to have three No.1s
"A Woman in Love" 1956 4 First artist to have four No.1s
4 Guy Mitchell "She Wears Red Feathers" 1953 4
"Look at That Girl" 6
"Singing the Blues" 1957 3
"Rock-a-Billy" 1
4 The Everly Brothers "All I Have to Do Is Dream" / "Claudette" 1958 7
"Cathy's Clown" 1960 7
"Walk Right Back" / "Ebony Eyes" 1961 3
"Temptation" 2
4 Frank Ifield "I Remember You" 1962 7
"Lovesick Blues" 5
"The Wayward Wind" 1963 3
"(I'm) Confessin' (that I Love You)" 2
4 T.Rex "Hot Love" 1971 6
"Get It On" 4
"Telegram Sam" 1972 2
"Metal Guru" 4
4 The Jam "Going Underground" / "Dreams of Children" 1980 3
"Start!" 1
"Town Called Malice" / "Precious" 1982 3
"Beat Surrender" 2
4 Shakin' Stevens "This Ole House" 1981 3
"Green Door" 4
"Oh Julie" 1982 1
"Merry Christmas Everyone" 1985 2
4 Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" 1984 2
"Freedom" 3
"I'm Your Man" 1985 2
"The Edge of Heaven" 1986 2
4 Pet Shop Boys "West End Girls"* 1986 2
"It's a Sin" 1987 3
"Always on My Mind" 4
"Heart" 1988 3
4 Gerry Marsden "How Do You Do It?"* 1963 3 Gerry & the Pacemakers
"I Like It"* 4
"You'll Never Walk Alone"* 4
"Ferry Cross the Mersey" 1989 3 Gerry Marsden, Paul McCartney, Holly Johnson & Christians
4 Jason Donovan[17] "Especially for You" 1989 3 Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
"Too Many Broken Hearts" 2
"Sealed with a Kiss" 2
"Any Dream Will Do" 1991 2
4 Whitney Houston "Saving All My Love for You"* 1985 2
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 1987 2
"One Moment in Time" 1988 2
"I Will Always Love You" 1992 10
4 Cher "I Got You Babe"* 1965 2 Sonny & Cher
"The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" 1991 5
"Love Can Build a Bridge" 1995 1 Cher, Chrissie Hynde & Neneh Cherry with Eric Clapton
"Believe" 1998 7
4 B*Witched "C'est la Vie"* 1998 2
"Rollercoaster"* 2
"To You I Belong"* 1
"Blame It on the Weatherman"* 1999 1
4 Geri Halliwell "Mi Chico Latino" 1999 1
"Lift Me Up" 1
"Bag It Up" 2000 1
"It's Raining Men" 2001 2
4 Shaggy "Oh Carolina"* 1993 2
"Boombastic" 1995 1
"It Wasn't Me" 2001 1 Shaggy featuring Rikrok
"Angel" 3 Shaggy featuring Rayvon
4 S Club 7 "Bring It All Back"* 1999 1
"Never Had a Dream Come True" 2000 1
"Don't Stop Movin'" 2001 2
"Have You Ever" 1
4 Christina Aguilera "Genie in a Bottle"* 1999 2
"Lady Marmalade" 2001 1 Christina Aguilera with Lil' Kim, Mýa & Pink
"Dirrty" 2002 2
"Beautiful" 2003 2
4 Gareth Gates "Unchained Melody"* 2002 4
"Anyone of Us (Stupid Mistake)"* 3
"The Long and Winding Road" / "Suspicious Minds"[18] 2 Will Young & Gareth Gates*
"Spirit in the Sky" 2003 2 Gareth Gates featuring The Kumars
4 Will Young[19] "Anything Is Possible/Evergreen"* 2002 3
"Light My Fire"* 2
"The Long and Winding Road"/"Suspicious Minds"*[20] 2 Will Young & Gareth Gates
"Leave Right Now" 2003 2
4 Busted[21] "You Said No" 2003 1
"Crashed the Wedding" 1
"Who's David?" 2004 1
"Thunderbirds"/"3am" 2
4 Nelly "Dilemma" 2002 2 Nelly featuring Kelly Rowland
"My Place" / "Flap Your Wings" 2004 1
"Over and Over" 2005 1 Nelly featuring Tim McGraw
"Nasty Girl" 2006 2 Notorious BIG featuring Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge & Avery Storm
4 Girls Aloud "Sound of the Underground" 2002 4
"I'll Stand by You" 2004 2
"Walk This Way" 2007 1 Sugababes Vs Girls Aloud
"The Promise" 2008 1
4 Jay-Z "Crazy in Love" 2003 3 Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z
"Déjà Vu" 2006 1
"Umbrella" 2007 10 Rihanna featuring Jay-Z
"Run This Town" 2009 1 Jay-Z featuring Rihanna & Kanye West
4 Lady Gaga "Just Dance 2009 3
"Poker Face" 3
"Bad Romance" 2
"Telephone" 2010 2 Lady Gaga featuring Beyonce
4 Usher "You Make Me Wanna" 1998 1
"Yeah!" 2004 2 Usher featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris
"Burn" 2
"OMG" 2010 1 Usher featuring will.i.am
4 Bruno Mars "Nothin' on You" 2010 1 B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars
"Just the Way You Are" 2
"Grenade" 2011 2
"The Lazy Song" 1
4 Olly Murs "Please Don't Let Me Go" 2010 1
"Heart Skips a Beat" 2011 1 Olly Murs featuring Rizzle Kicks
"Dance With Me Tonight" 1
"Troublemaker" 2012 2 Olly Murs featuring Flo Rida
4 One Direction "What Makes You Beautiful" 2011 1
"Wishing On A Star" 1 The X Factor Finalists 2011 featuring JLS & One Direction
"Little Things" 2012 1
"One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" 2013 1
4 Justin Timberlake "SexyBack" 2006 1
"Give It To Me" 2007 1 Timbaland featuring Justin Timberlake & Nelly Furtado
"4 Minutes" 2008 4 Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake & Timbaland
"Mirrors" 2013 3
4 Katy Perry "I Kissed a Girl" 2008 5
"California Gurls" 2010 2 Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg
"Part Of Me" 2012 1
"Roar" 2013 2
4 Rita Ora "Hot Right Now" 2012 1 DJ Fresh featuring Rita Ora
"R.I.P" 2 Rita Ora featuring Tinie Tempah
"How We Do (Party)" 1
"I Will Never Let You Down" 2014 1

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Asterisks indicate chains of consecutive hits following a debut number one.
^ For first week single was "The Next Time". For the other two weeks it became the double A-side "The Next Time"/"Bachelor Boy".
^ The Shadows, or The Drifters as they were originally called, are credited on twelve #1 singles. Seven of these share credit with Cliff Richard and some lists recognise only their five chart-topping singles without Richard.
^ ^ Gates is credited for both A-sides, Young for "The Long and Winding Road" only.
^ Beyoncé also achieved two number-one singles as part of girl group Destiny's Child, "Survivor" and "Independent Women, Part I", however she did not receive an individual credit. Kelly Rowland also achieved two number-ones with Destiny's Child, along with two number-one singles in her own right.
^ This artist was part of the Band Aid charity ensemble that reached number-one with "Do They Know It's Christmas" in 1984, but did not receive an individual credit.
^ This artist was part of the Band Aid II charity ensemble that reached number-one with "Do They Know It's Christmas" in 1989, but did not receive an individual credit.
^ ^ Robbie Williams achieved seven number ones with Take That as well as being part of the Band Aid 20 charity ensemble that reached number-one with "Do They Know It's Christmas" in 2004, but did not receive individual credit as well as being part of the Helping Haiti charity ensemble that reached number one with "Everybody Hurts" but did not receive individual credit.
^ Paul McCartney was part of the Ferry Aid charity ensemble that reached number-one with "Let It Be" in 1987, but did not receive an individual credit.
^ Michael Jackson was part of the USA for Africa charity ensemble that reached number-one with "We Are The World" in but did not receive an individual credit.
^ will.i.am also achieved five number ones with Black Eyed Peas.
^ ^ Cheryl Cole also achieved four number ones as part of Girls Aloud, "Sound of the Underground", "I'll Stand By You", "Walk This Way" and "The Promise" but did not receive individual credit as well as being part of the Helping Haiti charity ensemble that reached number one with "Everybody Hurts" but did not receive individual credit.