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A History of Disses at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, From ‘You’re So Vain’ to ‘Like That’ and ‘Not Like Us’

Peak Date: May 7, 2005 Rumored Target: Courtney Love Beef History: Stefani told the NME in 2005 that her stomp-clapping, pom-poms-throwing anthem was inspired by comments made by ’90s alt-rock icon Love to Seventeen: “I’m not interested in being the cheerleader. I’m not interested in being Gwen Stefani. She’s the cheerleader, and I’m out in the smoker shed.” Stefani responded, “I’ve never been a cheerleader. So I was, like, ‘OK, f–k you. You want me to be a cheerleader? Well, I will be one then. And I’ll rule the whole world, just you watch me.” Mission accomplished: “Hollaback Girl” reigned on the Hot 100 for four weeks. Biggest Bar: “I’m gonna fight, gonna give it my all/ Gonna make you fall, gonna sock it to you/ That’s right, I’m the last one standing/ Another one bites the dust”

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