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What was Number 1 on my 14th birthday? Find out what song supposedly 'defines your life'

Does the Number 1 on your 14th birthday define your life?

According to brand new popular myth, the song that was Number 1 on your 14th birthday is the one that defines your entire life.

Why? We’re not entirely sure. The theory started doing the rounds on Twitter thanks to user Swank0cean and it has since gone viral, with over 5,000 replies sparking elated or disappointed reactions.

So, what are you waiting for? To find out who was reigning supreme on the Official Singles Chart on your 14th birthday, simply enter your date of birth in the Official Charts archive

You can also find out on the official charts page that lists every Official Number 1 single ever, going back to 1952.

Just for fun, the official charts guys punched in the 14th birthdays of some music stars to see which song supposedly defines them best.

Dua Lipa: Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling

We've gotta feeling that 2018's going to be a good one for Dua.

Stormzy: Kanye West – Stronger

Harder, better, faster, stronger... 

Britney Spears: Robson & Jerome – I Believe/Up On The Roof

We have a feeling Brit won't be familiar with this one.

George Ezra: Rihanna – Umbrella

Banger.

Calvin Harris: All Saints – Never Ever

We hope for Calvin's sake this emotional singalong doesn't define his life.

Anne-Marie: Tony Christie ft. Peter Kay (Is This The Way To) Amarillo

When the day is dawnin'
On a Texas Sunday mornin'
How I long to be there
With Marie who's waitin' for me there

Spooky.

Kylie: Madness – House Of Fun

We reckon Kylie will be pleased with this one.

Brandon Flowers: Robson & Jerome – Unchained Melody/White Cliffs Of Dover

Two timeless classics right there.

Ed Sheeran: U2 – Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own

Except if you're Ed Sheeran.

Taylor Swift: Will Young – Leave Right Now

Please don't go anywhere, Tay!

 

Original story from official charts website and edited for the video vault

 


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