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  • 1 week at number one  (about this song)

    Number one from Oct 16, 2000 to Oct 22, 2000

  • 'I'm Outta Love' scored Anastacia the highest selling single of the year! From her album 'Not That Kind'.

    Number one from Jul 24, 2000 to Jul 30, 2000 | Aug 21, 2000 to Aug 27, 2000 | Aug 14, 2000 to Aug 20, 2000 | Aug 7, 2000 to Aug 13, 2000 | Jul 31, 2000 to Aug 6, 2000

  • 'Freestyler' was the 23rd highest selling single in the UK for 2000! This track appears on the album 'In Stereo'.

    Number one from Jul 3, 2000 to Jul 9, 2000 | Jul 17, 2000 to Jul 23, 2000 | Jul 10, 2000 to Jul 16, 2000

  • 'Say My Name' was number 1 in the Phillippines for 7 weeks! It appeared on Destiny's Child's album 'The Writing's On The Wall.'

    Number one from May 15, 2000 to May 21, 2000 | May 1, 2000 to May 14, 2000 | May 22, 2000 to May 28, 2000

  • 3 weeks at number one  (about this song)

    Macy's most successful single, the song won a Grammy Award for 'Best Female Pop Vocal Performance', and featured on her album 'On How Life Is'.

    Number one from Jan 10, 2000 to Jan 16, 2000 | Feb 14, 2000 to Feb 20, 2000 | Jan 17, 2000 to Jan 23, 2000

  • This was the second highest selling single of the year! 'Teenage Dirtbag' featured on Wheatus' self-titled debut.

    Number one from Dec 18, 2000 to Dec 24, 2000 | Jan 1, 2001 to Jan 7, 2001 | Dec 25, 2000 to Dec 31, 2000 | Nov 13, 2000 to Nov 19, 2000

  • 4 weeks at number one  (about this song)

    'Music' has spent 70 collective weeks at number one on various charts around the world! This track appears on Madonna's album 'Music'.

    Number one from Aug 28, 2000 to Sep 3, 2000 | Sep 11, 2000 to Sep 17, 2000 | Sep 25, 2000 to Oct 1, 2000 | Sep 4, 2000 to Sep 10, 2000

  • 'Blue' appears at #14 on 'Rolling Stone' magazine's list of the 20 Most Annoying Songs Ever! The track is from the album 'Europop'.

    Number one from Nov 8, 1999 to Nov 14, 1999 | Nov 29, 1999 to Dec 12, 1999 | Dec 20, 1999 to Dec 26, 1999 | Jan 3, 2000 to Jan 9, 2000 | Dec 27, 1999 to Jan 2, 2000 | Nov 22, 1999 to Nov 28, 1999 | Nov 15, 1999 to Nov 21, 1999 | Dec 13, 1999 to Dec 19, 1999

  • 5 weeks at number one  (about this song)

    This track was originally offered to British boy band Five but they turned it down because they didn't like it! The song features on N*Sync's album 'No Strings Attatched'.

    Number one from Mar 13, 2000 to Mar 19, 2000 | Apr 10, 2000 to Apr 16, 2000 | Mar 27, 2000 to Apr 2, 2000 | Mar 20, 2000 to Mar 26, 2000 | Apr 3, 2000 to Apr 9, 2000

  • This track featured on Britney's 'Oops...I Did It Again' album. Several cover versions have been recorded, including a parody by Bob Rivers entitled 'Oops! I Farted Again'!

    Number one from May 29, 2000 to Jun 11, 2000

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About Take 40

Take 40 Australia® is the nation's first and longest running music countdown

The Take 40 Australia® brand encompasses radio, online, television and new media. Using a combination of radio airplay, digital and retail sales the Take 40 chart is Australia's most trusted record of the week's biggest songs.

Now broadcast nationally each week to over 1.2 million listeners, Take 40 is the country's most listened to weekly music radio programme. With a focus on the biggest stars, Take 40 Australia is truly 'the home of the hits!'

Ash London

Ash is vivacious and energetic with an infectious passion for all things music. Having presented shows on Channel TEN, Ash is currently also hosting Channel Eleven's weekend music show The Loop.

Ash joins Angus O'Loughlin as co-host, who joined Take 40 in August 2013 and added "It's like who's going to be the next Dr. Who (well maybe not) but this is big news and big thrill to be part of something so large."

Angus O'Loughlin

Take 40 welcomed Angus O'Loughlin to the show in 2013, joining the nation's longest running and most respected music chart show Take 40 Australia.

Currently also hosting Today Network's 'The Bump', Angus' cheeky sense of humour and passion for music makes him the perfect complement to the Take 40 brand.