He arrived in 2002 with the two-week leader "To Where You Are" (produced and co-written by Richard Marx) and additionally ruled for six weeks in 2004 with "You Raise Me Up."Groban also boasts a strong holiday album pedigree. ("Merry" is a stand-alone single, not on any album.)Meanwhile, "Merry" crowns AC for the first time. Here's an updated recap of all the holiday songs that have slayed (sleighed? (None did so until 2001, around the time that a majority of AC stations began playing seasonal songs 24/7 between Thanksgiving and Christmas annually.)Holiday No.2, 2013, four"Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow," Rod Stewart, Dec. 18, 2010, four"A Baby Changes Everything," Faith Hill, Dec.I’d love to meet someone with a great personality — it’s all about the personality for me.'Kimberley, who enjoyed a holiday in Anguilla earlier in May, has been making the most of her time in the South of France.Over the past 24 hours, she's been whisked off on a helicopter ride, attended a dress fitting and enjoyed a decadent night out.She was last spotted with her mystery boyfriend in September last year.
"'They just gave us a car, and we are hodunk Mississippi, and let's just hug until they pull us apart.' And that's what we did."SEE ALSO: 12-year-old Beau Dermott stuns 'Britain's Got Talent' judges with 'Defying Gravity'The 25-year-old from Amory, Miss.Since leaving the show at the beginning of series three, the 23-year-old has been chasing her music dream and has been recording in Australia and will be unleashing her music in the summer when she takes to the festival circuit in the UK.She has also been working on a book where she will be giving life advice for her younger fans.24."I'm thrilled to see ' Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas' hitting No. "I've always wanted to put a fresh take on this classic and am so happy people are enjoying it this holiday."As Groban hangs "Merry" upon the AC chart's highest bough, he tops the tally for the first time since his rendition of "I'll Be Home for Christmas" led for three weeks beginning Dec. 20, 2014, three"Underneath the Tree," Kelly Clarkson, Dec. Of the 15 versions of the song that have made the chart (dating the ranking's 1961 inception), James Taylor previously took the carol highest, to No. Groban's new release dethrones Train's "This Christmas," which ascended to No. 1s on "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," Josh Groban, Dec.