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George Michael est l’interprète de la chanson « Last Christmas », sortie pour la première fois en 1986. © screenshot: YouTube / Wham! George Michael is the interpreter of the song "Last Christmas", released for the first time in 1986.

A Swedish couple does not like the song Last Christmas so much from the British group Wham! that they recently decided to buy the rights of the title to do so ... disappear. Explanations.

The song Last Christmas dating from 1986 of the Wham group! is not to everyone's taste. If for many music lovers and unconditional end-of-year celebrations, this song is at Christmas what Kylian Mbappé is to the French football team , that is to say essential , this is not the case of Hannah and Tomas Mazetti, a couple of Swedes. The latter intends to do "disappear" purely and simply this tube released for the first time in 1986 reports the British daily The Mirror . How ? The duo hates this song so much that they recently launched an online kitty to buy the rights to operate the song to ensure that the title is never broadcast in the world again.

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Video above: The song of the song "Last Christmas".

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why so much hatred?

The couple explains this disenchantment with a very bad memory. He dates back 13 years ago. At the time Hannah Mazetti worked in a cafe where the song was played and replayed Ad Nauseam. She explains that "The owner had planned a CD he had done himself with a number of hits for the holiday season. He was only there from time to time, so he did not realize the agony felt by the rest of the staff when Last Christmas was played for the 111st time of the day ”, she recalls in the press British.

The couple assures the British press that it is "theoretically possible to buy song rights and remove it from all streaming platforms" . She adds that this song is "broadcast 500 times a day" and that she and her husband estimated that "something should be done to support people who suffer like us. a project which divides according to the duo. They said their mission has received shared reactions. "50 % are really angry and 50 % are really happy" , she told The Independent .

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Do we know how much money has the couple gathered?

The couple managed to convince no less than "327 people" on the Internet which gave more than 51,000 pounds sterling or nearly € 58,000. A large sum but far from the aim of raising more than 15 million euros that the couple set for itself. If the couple, who ensures "Do not hate Wham!" But only this song ", reaches his ends, he promises to throw the original recording of the song in a nuclear waste site. Does

have a chance to reach its goal?

Anything is possible but walking is very high. The Swiss edition of the daily 20 Minutes notably recalls that the rights to operate the song Last Christmas, currently held by the record company Warner Chappell Music are evaluated "Between 15 and 25 million dollars" .

They hate the song "Last Christmas" and launch a kitty to make it disappear .
© screenshot: YouTube / Wham! George Michael is the interpreter of the song "Last Christmas", released for the first time in 1986. A Swedish couple does not like the song Last Christmas so much from the British group Wham! that they recently decided to buy the rights of the title to do so ... disappear. Explanations. The song Last Christmas dating from 1986 of the Wham group! is not to everyone's taste.

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