You can also see the Australia and US rebound number ones.

Since 1953, 48 different number one songs on the UK charts have spent non-consecutive weeks at the top within the same chart run. Below is a list of these "rebound number ones" and some trivia about them.

  • 1953

    I Believe - Frankie Laine
    • Hit number one starting April 19, 1953 for 9 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I'm Walking Behind You" by Eddie Fisher.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 28, 1953 for an additional 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Song from 'The Moulin Rouge'" by Mantovani.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 16, 1953 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Answer Me - David Whitfield
    • Hit number one starting November 1, 1953 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Answer Me" by Frankie Laine.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 6, 1953 for an additional week.
  • 1954

    I See The Moon - Stargazers
    • Hit number one starting March 7, 1954 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Secret Love" by Doris Day.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 18, 1954 for an additional week.
    Secret Love - Doris Day
    • Hit number one starting April 11, 1954 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I See The Moon" by Stargazers.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 2, 1954 for an additional 8 weeks.
    Hold My Hand - Don Cornell
    • Hit number one starting October 3, 1954 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "My Son My Son" by Vera Lynn.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 14, 1954 for an additional week.
  • 1955

    Finger Of Suspicion - Dickie Valentine
    • Hit number one starting January 2, 1955 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Mambo Italiano" by Rosemary Clooney.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 16, 1955 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Mambo Italiano - Rosemary Clooney
    • Hit number one starting January 9, 1955 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Finger Of Suspicion" by Dickie Valentine.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 30, 1955 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley and His Comets
    • Hit number one starting November 20, 1955 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Christmas Alphabet" by Dickie Valentine.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 1, 1956 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1956

    It's Almost Tomorrow - Dream Weavers
    • Hit number one starting March 11, 1956 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Rock And Roll Waltz" by Kay Starr.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 1, 1956 for an additional week.
  • 1957

    Singing The Blues - Guy Mitchell
    • Hit number one starting December 30, 1956 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Singing The Blues" by Tommy Steele.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 13, 1957 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "The Garden Of Eden" by Frankie Vaughan.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 27, 1957 for an additional week.
  • 1960

    Please Don't Tease - Cliff Richard and The Shadows
    • Hit number one starting July 24, 1960 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Shakin' All Over" by Johnny Kidd and The Pirates.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 7, 1960 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1961

    Johnny Remember Me - John Leyton
    • Hit number one starting August 27, 1961 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Reach For The Stars / Climb Ev'ry Mountain" by Shirley Bassey.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 24, 1961 for an additional week.
  • 1963

    Summer Holiday - Cliff Richard and The Shadows
    • Hit number one starting March 10, 1963 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Foot Tapper" by Shadows.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 31, 1963 for an additional week.
    She Loves You - Beatles
    • Hit number one starting September 8, 1963 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Do You Love Me" by Brian Poole and The Tremeloes.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 24, 1963 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1964

    Oh Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
    • Hit number one starting October 4, 1964 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me" by Sandie Shaw.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 8, 1964 for an additional week.
  • 1965

    Crying In The Chapel - Elvis Presley
    • Hit number one starting June 13, 1965 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I'm Alive" by Hollies.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 27, 1965 for an additional week.
    I'm Alive - Hollies
    • Hit number one starting June 20, 1965 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Crying In The Chapel" by Elvis Presley.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 4, 1965 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1968

    Mony Mony - Tommy James and The Shondells
    • Hit number one starting July 28, 1968 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Fire" by Crazy World of Arthur Brown.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 18, 1968 for an additional week.
    Lily The Pink - Scaffold
    • Hit number one starting December 8, 1968 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" by Marmalade.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 5, 1969 for an additional week.
    Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da - Marmalade
    • Hit number one starting December 29, 1968 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Lily The Pink" by Scaffold.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 12, 1969 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1993

    Mr Blobby - Mr Blobby
    • Hit number one starting December 5, 1993 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Babe" by Take That.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 19, 1993 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1996

    Three Lions - Baddiel, Skinner and Lightning Seeds
    • Hit number one starting May 26, 1996 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Killing Me Softly" by Fugees.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 30, 1996 for an additional week.
    Killing Me Softly - Fugees
    • Hit number one starting June 2, 1996 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Three Lions" by Baddiel, Skinner and Lightning Seeds.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 7, 1996 for an additional week.
  • 1997

    I'll Be Missing You - Puff Daddy and Faith Evans
    • Hit number one starting June 22, 1997 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "D'you Know What I Mean" by Oasis.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 20, 1997 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Perfect Day - Various Artists
    • Hit number one starting November 23, 1997 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Teletubbies Say Eh-oh!" by Teletubbies.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 4, 1998 for an additional week.
  • 1998

    My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion
    • Hit number one starting February 15, 1998 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Brimful Of Asha" by Cornershop.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 8, 1998 for an additional week.
    Under The Bridge / Lady Marmalade - All Saints
    • Hit number one starting May 3, 1998 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Turn Back Time" by Aqua.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 17, 1998 for an additional week.
  • 2001

    Don't Stop Movin' - S Club 7
    • Hit number one starting April 29, 2001 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "It's Raining Men" by Geri Halliwell.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 20, 2001 for an additional week.
    Gotta Get Thru This - Daniel Bedingfield
    • Hit number one starting December 2, 2001 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Somethin' Stupid" by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 6, 2002 for an additional week.
  • 2004

    Call On Me - Eric Prydz
    • Hit number one starting September 19, 2004 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Radio" by Robbie Williams.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 17, 2004 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2006

    Hips Don't Lie - Shakira feat. Wyclef Jean
    • Hit number one starting July 2, 2006 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Smile" by Lily Allen.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 30, 2006 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 2009

    Boom Boom Pow - Black Eyed Peas
    • Hit number one starting May 17, 2009 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Bonkers" by Dizzee Rascal.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 7, 2009 for an additional week.
    I Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas
    • Hit number one starting August 2, 2009 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Never Leave You" by Tinchy Stryder feat. Amelle Berrabah.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 16, 2009 for an additional week.
    Bad Romance - Lady Gaga
    • Hit number one starting December 13, 2009 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Killing In The Name" by Rage Against the Machine.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 3, 2010 for an additional week.
  • 2010

    Just the Way You Are - Bruno Mars
    • Hit number one starting September 26, 2010 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Written in the Stars" by Tinie Tempah feat. Eric Turner.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 24, 2010 for an additional week.
  • 2011

    Someone Like You - Adele
    • Hit number one starting February 20, 2011 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Don't Hold Your Breath" by Nicole Scherzinger.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 27, 2011 for an additional week.
    We Found Love - Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris
    • Hit number one starting October 9, 2011 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Read All About It" by Professor Green feat. Emeli Sande.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 13, 2011 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 2012

    Somebody That I Used To Know - Gotye feat. Kimbra
    • Hit number one starting February 12, 2012 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Hot Right Now" by DJ Fresh feat. Rita Ora.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 26, 2012 for an additional 4 weeks.
    Payphone - Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa
    • Hit number one starting June 24, 2012 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "This Is Love" by will.i.am feat. Eva Simons.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 8, 2012 for an additional week.
    Impossible - James Arthur
    • Hit number one starting December 16, 2012 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" by The Justice Collective.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 30, 2012 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2013

    Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell
    • Hit number one starting June 2, 2013 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I Love It" by Icona Pop feat. Charli XCX.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 14, 2013 for an additional week.
    Counting Stars - OneRepublic
    • Hit number one starting October 6, 2013 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 20, 2013 for an additional week.
    Somewhere Only We Know - Lily Allen
    • Hit number one starting November 24, 2013 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Under Control" by Calvin Harris and Alesso feat. Hurts.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 8, 2013 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Happy - Pharrell Williams
    • Hit number one starting December 29, 2013 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Timber" by Pitbull feat. Ke$ha.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 12, 2014 for an additional 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Rather Be" by Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 2, 2014 for an additional week.
  • 2014

    Waves - Mr Probz
    • Hit number one starting April 27, 2014 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Summer" by Calvin Harris.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 11, 2014 for an additional week.
    Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran
    • Hit number one starting November 2, 2014 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I Don't Care" by Cheryl.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 7, 2014 for an additional week.
    Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars
    • Hit number one starting December 14, 2014 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Something I Need" by Ben Haenow.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 28, 2014 for an additional 6 weeks.
  • 2015

    What Do You Mean? - Justin Bieber
    • Hit number one starting September 4, 2015 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Easy Love" by Sigala.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 18, 2015 for an additional 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Writing's On The Wall" by Sam Smith.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 9, 2015 for an additional 2 weeks.

Rebound Trivia

The longest time beween rebound number ones in the UK was 24 years, 10 months, and one week (between 1969's "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" by Marmalade and 1994's "Mr Blobby" by Mr Blobby).

The year 2013 had a record four rebound number one songs:
Three artists had two songs that were rebound number ones: On four separate occasions songs took turns replacing each other at number one: Four songs reached number one three times during their chart run.