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Vote: UK's Favourite Number Two Single

BBC Radio 2 is searching for the UK's favourite number two single, and there's two Madonna tracks in the running...Holiday and Ray of Light. Tony Blackburn will reveal the results of the vote in a Top 40 chart countdown on New Year's Day.

The winning single will be given an honorary number one award from the Official Charts Company, live on the show. Voting closes at midday on Monday 10 December.

To vote visit

Thanks to Paul


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Ray of Light gets my vote also. It's from the my all time favorite Madonna album too.

As a 30 year fan, I am so tired of Holiday.


Shame on the BBC for not putting Crazy for You up for selection. Released twice and reached No.2 on both occasions, it would have been an obvious choice. I voted for Holiday. Let's get her a 14th (even if only honorary) No.1!


aww only available within the UK.
she has a lot of surprising number 2 singles here in the US: express yourself, cherish, frozen and material girl being pretty notable.


Well 'Ray Of Light' gets my vote, that song captured the 'dawn of the new millenium' excitement with a sense of Hope so perfectly.

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