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List of Top 25 singles for 2000 in Australia

 

List of Top 25 singles for 2000 in Australia

These are the Top 25 singles of 2000 in Australia from the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) End of Year singles chart.[1]

"I'm Outta Love" by Anastacia was the biggest song of the year, peaking at #1 for five weeks and staying in the top 50 for 20 weeks. The longest stay at #1 was joint by Anastacia with "I'm Outta Love" which spent 5 weeks at the top spot, and it was joint by *NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye".

Top 25

# Title Artist Highest pos. reached[2] weeks at No. 1 [2]
1. "I'm Outta Love" Anastacia 1 5
2. "Teenage Dirtbag" Wheatus 1 4
3. "Freestyler" Bomfunk MC's 1 3
4. "Music" Madonna 1 4
5. "Say My Name" Destiny's Child 1 4
6. "Poison" Bardot 1 2
7. "Bye Bye Bye" *NSYNC 1 5
8. "Who the Hell Are You" Madison Avenue 1 2
9. "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)" Spiller feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor 1 3
10. "Shackles (Praise You)" Mary Mary 2
11. "Candy" Mandy Moore 2
12. "Bloke" Chris Franklin 1 2
13. "Graduation (Friends Forever)" Vitamin C 2
14. "Never Be the Same Again" Melanie C feat. Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes 2
15. "Most Girls" Pink 1 1
16. "Shine" Vanessa Amorosi 4
17. "Jumpin', Jumpin'" Destiny's Child 2
18. "I Try" Macy Gray 1 3
19. "She Bangs" Ricky Martin 3
20. "Don't You Worry" Madasun 6
21. "Rock DJ" Robbie Williams 4
22. "Who Let the Dogs Out" Baha Men 1 4
23. "Thong Song" Sisqo 2
24. "It's My Life" Bon Jovi 5
25. "Let's Get Loud" Jennifer Lopez 9

Notes

References

  1. ^ "ARIA Charts - End Of Year Charts - Top 50 Singles 2000".  
  2. ^ a b "ARIA Singles Charts". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
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