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'''Number One Spot''' is a 2005 hit off rapper Ludacris' 2004 album ''Red Light District.'' The song draws heavily on the theme from the [[Austin Powers]] series. In addition, the video features Verne Troyer, who played [[Mini-Me]].
 
   
 
"'''Number One Spot'''" is a 2005 hit off rapper Ludacris' 2004 album ''Red Light District.'' The song draws heavily on the theme from the [[Austin Powers|''Austin Powers'' franchise]]. In addition, the video features [[Verne Troyer]], who played [[Mini-Me]].
A Controversial Line is used in this song as an answer to commentator Bill O'Reilly's accusations that he is helping ruin American, also pointing out O'Reilly's sexual harrassment problems. The video got #19 on the US Hot 100 chart and got to number 30 in UK.
 
 
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A Controversial Line is used in this song as an answer to commentator Bill O'Reilly's accusations that he is helping ruin American, also pointing out O'Reilly's sexual harassment problems. The video got #19 on the U.S. Hot 100 chart and got to number 30 in the United Kingdom.
 
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"Number One Spot" is a 2005 hit off rapper Ludacris' 2004 album Red Light District. The song draws heavily on the theme from the Austin Powers franchise. In addition, the video features Verne Troyer, who played Mini-Me.

A Controversial Line is used in this song as an answer to commentator Bill O'Reilly's accusations that he is helping ruin American, also pointing out O'Reilly's sexual harassment problems. The video got #19 on the U.S. Hot 100 chart and got to number 30 in the United Kingdom.

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