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Westlife aim to beat Beatles and Elvis

Nov 15, 2001

Westlife have set their sights on beating Elvis Presley and The Beatles. They want to break the record for the most number ones. The Irish band are celebrating their ninth chart-topper. Those nine chart-toppers have been achieved in just two-and-a-half years, since "Swear It Again" opened the group's account in May 1999. Their double A-side Queen Of My Heart and When You're Looking Like That ousted Afroman from the number one slot on the new Official UK Singles Chart. The all-time record is 17 jointly held by The Beatles and Elvis. Westlife's Nicky Byrne told The Sun: "We've tied with the Spice Girls but what we really want is to beat the real legends." But Kian Egan confirmed the band would not be releasing another single for Christmas.

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