1) Shinny - 'Christmas Number 1'

What will be your Christmas Number 1?

What will be your Christmas Number 1?

James Davenport, known to many by his nickname Shinny is a Salford lad looking to rise to the top of the charts this festive season with his ambitiously-named track, 'Christmas Number 1'. Giving 20 pence from every single sold direct to Macmillan Cancer Support, this is a charity track that Shinny has put together in the hopes of putting smiles on the face of thousands this Christmas. He even opened for Robbie Williams at last week's Key 103 Christmas Live show at Manchester Arena!

2) Honey G - 'The Honey G Show'

Honey G may not have won this year's edition of The X Factor, but she's already penned a single-by-single contract with Syco Entertainment - Simon Cowell's record company. After debuting a slice of what we should expect from her debut single 'The Honey G Show' during this past weekend's X Factor finale, reports claim the single will officially drop on December 23. Could Honey G do the unthinkable, release before Cphristmas and claim the official Number 1?

3) Zayn Malik and Taylor Swift - 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever'

Taken from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, this unexpected collaboration came out of nowhere just last week and could be heading into the Christmas period strong. Though we've always been fans of both Zayn and Taylor, we never imagined the two would infuse their vocals together and potentially mark their place in UK Christmas history!

4) Cruz Beckham - 'If Every Day Was Christmas'

Cruz may not have struck the right chords with all of the nation, with Piers Morgan slamming the boy's parents David and Victoria Beckham for 'pimping out' their son. Despite that, his festive hit is another one raising money for charity, so the good will of the general public could push the youngster straight to the top spot.

5) James Corden - 'The Greatest Gift'

The Sainsbury's Christmas advert was one of this year's most-talked about festive ad releases, with James Corden surprising fans and laying vocals onto the piece, titled 'The Greatest Gift'. Despite that, the song hasn't yet been released to iTunes and so, it would be difficult for it to now gain enough momentum to claim the Christmas Number 1 spot. With that being said, we've seen stranger things happen, and Corden could be just a week or so away from claiming the Christmas top spot.

Who do you think will take the Christmas Number 1 spot this year? Let us know in the comments section below!

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