Fans of late broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan have launched a campaign to get his version of ‘The Floral Dance’ to the Christmas number one spot.

Wogan passed away in January of this year following a short battle with cancer.

Wogan’s version of ‘The Floral Dance’ was first released in 1978, but only managed to reach number 21 in the charts.

The #Terry4No1campaign began on Facebook and currently has nearly 27,000 likes. Fans are being asked to download the re-released single on December 16 in time for the Christmas charts.

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The Facebook page reads: “In tribute to Sir Terry, let's have The Floral Dance as this year's official UK Christmas No.1 but we need YOUR help!”

Wogan will face competition this year from Sir Cliff Richard, who has released a festive mix of single ‘It’s Better To Dream’, from his new album Just… Fabulous Rock ‘N’ Roll.

The single will be released on iTunes as a special edition Christmas card which includes the CD single as well as a printed handwritten message from Cliff himself.

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Richard has already topped the festive charts twice, with ‘Mistletoe and Wine’ in 1988 and ‘Saviour’s Day’ in 1990.

There will also be competition from James Corden with his song from the Sainsbury’s Christmas TV advert, ‘The Greatest Gift For Christmas Is Me’. As well as the ‘X Factor’ winner’s single, which is rumoured to be written by Ed Sheeran.