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Question 1: In 1977 British DJ ________ named it #1 in the Bottom 30 after a public vote[4]
The GoodiesUnited KingdomBBC RadioKenny Everett

Question 2: "The Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)", ________ (2003)
The Cheeky GirlsCheryl ColeGirls AloudClea (band)

Question 3: This song was voted the #1 "worst pop record" which had entered the official British singles chart higher than 75 by ________ viewers in a poll broadcast in January 2004.
Channel 4Five (TV channel)BBCS4C

Question 4: "I Like It", ________ (1982) ranked #1 on the T-Man Billboards Top 50 Worst songs
Stevie WonderDeBargeMarvin GayeDeBarge family

Question 5: Recorded by a British newscaster, this disco song was voted #1 in the Bottom 30 by listeners of British DJ ________ in a 1980 follow-up to his World's Worst Wireless Show.
United KingdomThe GoodiesBBC RadioKenny Everett

Question 6: ________'s Arts & Entertainment staff ranked this as No.
Telegram & GazetteThe New York TimesThe Boston GlobeStar-Banner

Question 7: ________ labeled this the worst number one record of all time after a poll.

Question 8: These songs have appeared at the top of various media polls for the worst songs, such as ________'s "50 Most Awesomely Bad Songs Ever" and Blender Magazine's "Run for Your Life!

Question 9: "The Millennium Prayer", ________ (1999)
Cliff RichardMove ItThe ShadowsCliff Richard discography

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