78. Joe & Zoe Sugg, Alfie Deyes (2014)
You keep your YouTube stars out of my Band Aid.
77. Dido (2004)
I liked Dido the first time she came around, when she was called "a nap."
76. Those three guys from Kool & the Gang (1984)
Seen, not heard. But still quite a coup.
75. Lemar (2004)
Finalist from Fame Academy. At the Band Aid 20 session at the behest of Beverley Knight, who apparently had that kind of clout in 2004. Not a clue where he is in the song or video.
74. Cliff Richard (1989)
The UK's answer to Elvis, it is often said. Except with the danger or sex appeal swapped out for a pair of Transitions lenses. Mugs to the camera more than the situation warrants. Not my cup of tea, thank you. (But Rik from The Young Ones sure loved him.)
73. Joss Stone (2004)
In 2004, we heard Joss Stone, noticed her age and talent, and said, "Well, I'll be darned." That was pretty much that.
72. Big Fun (1989)
Neither the St. Louis prom-circuit band of the late 1980s, nor the fictional act behind "Teenage Suicide (Don't Do It)" from Heathers, this is a Stock Aitken Waterman boy band that made a tiny dent in the charts in the moment just before New Kids on the Block made the world safe for such things. They hate Take That, this much I know. While Band Aid II and its video lack the overall togetherness of the 1984 original, Big Fun appears especially checked-out; it seems like they taped their bit from a mall kiosk and hoped for the best.