Jonas Brothers’ ‘Like It’s Christmas’ Dashes to No. 1 on Adult Contemporary Chart

The song is the first holiday hit to lead the list this season.

Jonas Brothers’ “Like It’s Christmas” reaches the top of Billboard’s Adult Contemporary radio airplay chart (dated Dec. 14), jingling from No. 7 to No. 1.

The original song, newly released this holiday season on Republic Records, is the sibling trio’s second AC No. 1, after “Sucker,” which ruled for 11 weeks beginning in September. (“Sucker” became the act’s first leader on the all-genre, multi-metric Billboard Hot 100 in March.)

“Like It’s Christmas” is additionally the 24th holiday No. 1 on the AC chart since 2000, around the time that a majority of stations in the format began playing seasonal songs 24/7 between Thanksgiving and Christmas each year.

Here’s an updated recap of all the holiday songs that have hung atop AC’s highest bough since 2000:

Title, Artist, Chart Date Reached No. 1, Weeks at No. 1
“Like It’s Christmas,” Jonas Brothers, Dec. 14, 2019, one (to date)
“Cozy Little Christmas,” Katy Perry, Dec. 29, 2018, one
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” John Legend feat. Esperanza Spalding, Dec. 8, 2018, three
“Santa’s Coming for Us,” Sia, Dec. 23, 2017, three
“Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” Brett Eldredge feat. Meghan Trainor, Jan. 7, 2017, one
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” Josh Groban, Dec. 24, 2016, one
“This Christmas,” Train, Dec. 17, 2016, two
“This Christmas,” Seal, Jan. 2, 2016, one
“Baby It’s Cold Outside,” Idina Menzel duet with Michael Buble, Dec. 20, 2014, three
“Underneath the Tree,” Kelly Clarkson, Dec. 2, 2013, four
“Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow,” Rod Stewart, Dec. 8, 2012, five
“All I Want for Christmas Is You,” Michael Buble, Dec. 10, 2011, five
“Oh Santa!,” Mariah Carey, Dec. 18, 2010, four
“A Baby Changes Everything,” Faith Hill, Dec. 20, 2008, three
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” Josh Groban, Dec. 22, 2007, three
“Frosty the Snowman,” Kimberley Locke, Dec. 15, 2007, one
“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear,” Daryl Hall and John Oates, Dec. 30, 2006, two
“Jingle Bells,” Kimberley Locke, Dec. 23, 2006, one
“Up on the Housetop,” Kimberley Locke, Dec. 17, 2005, four
“Believe,” Josh Groban, Dec. 11, 2004, five
“Sending You a Little Christmas,” Jim Brickman with Kristy Starling, Jan. 3, 2004, one
“O Holy Night,” Josh Groban, Dec. 28, 2002, two
“Simple Things,” Jim Brickman feat. Rebecca Lynn Howard, Jan. 5, 2002, one
“The Christmas Shoes,” NewSong, Jan. 6, 2001, one

All charts will update on tomorrow (Dec. 10).

Via: Billboard