Nobody Wants to Be Lonely

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"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"
Nobody Wants to be Lonely cover.png
Single by Ricky Martin with Christina Aguilera
from the album Sound Loaded
Released January 9, 2001 (2001-01-09)
Format CD single, Cassette
Recorded June 2000 (album version)
December 6, 2000 (duet with Aguilera)[1]
Genre
Length 5:05 (album version)
3:59 (radio edit)
4:11 (duet version)
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) Walter Afanasieff
Ricky Martin singles chronology
"She Bangs"
(2000) She Bangs2000
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"
(2001) Nobody Wants to Be Lonely2001
"Loaded"
(2001) Loaded2001
Christina Aguilera singles chronology
"Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti"
(2000) Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti2000
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"
(2001) Nobody Wants to Be Lonely2001
"Lady Marmalade"
(2001) Lady Marmalade2001
Music video
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" on YouTube

"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" is the second single from Ricky Martin's second English album, Sound Loaded, released on January 9, 2001. Ricky Martin also recorded this single in Spanish entitled "Sólo Quiero Amarte" ("I Only Want to Love You"). Another version of the song was recorded as a duet with Christina Aguilera. This duet version was later included on three of Martin's compilations: The Best of Ricky Martin, 17, 17: Greatest Hits and Greatest Hits: Souvenir Edition and the international version of Aguilera's greatest hits album, Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits.

Music videos

Two music videos were directed by Wayne Isham[2] in Coral Gables, Florida Miami specifically in Biltmore Hotel Grounds[3] to before Christmas in late December 2000, aired on January 15, 2001. One music video is set to the English-language duet 'Nobody Wants to Be Lonely', while the other is set to the Spanish-language solo 'Sólo Quiero Amarte'. The video to 'Nobody Wants to Be Lonely' features Christina Aguilera while 'Sólo Quiero Amarte' shows her in a cameo appearance.

Chart performance

"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" is one of the first major single releases to not have a commercial CD single in the United States. Although songs had been allowed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 without single releases since late 1998, (and one song, Aaliyah's "Try Again" had actually hit number one, followed by "Lady Marmalade", which also featured Aguilera) most major single releases by major artists still released singles at the time, especially high-profile songs such as this. With this single being toted as one of the most high-profile duets that year, the music community was then understandably shocked when it was announced that no CD or CD maxi-single would be released for the song.

"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" makes the biggest jump on Hot 100 (66-34) and is the Greatest Gainer/Airplay winner with a 13 million audience jump.[4] Then peaked at number thirteen on the US Billboard Hot 100, thanks to its top ten peak on the Hot 100 Airplay.[5] The Spanish-language version of the song, entitled "Solo Quiero Amarte", reached number one on the Hot Latin Songs (for four weeks), Latin Pop Songs (seven weeks) and Tropical Songs (two weeks).

The single became a top ten hit in most countries, peaking at number 1 in Finland, New Zealand (for two weeks), Poland and Romania, number 2 in Italy, Spain and Switzerland, number 3 in Sweden, number 4 in the United Kingdom, number 5 in Norway and number six in Australia, among others. It was also certified Gold in Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland.

Awards

The song was nominated at the 44th Grammy Awards in the category of Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, but lost out to "Lady Marmalade" by Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink. "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" won an ALMA Award for the Outstanding Music Video.

Formats and track listings

Charts

Certifications and sales

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[53] Gold 35,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[54] Gold 5,000^
Netherlands (NVPI)[55] Gold 40,000^
Sweden (GLF)[56] Gold 15,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[57] Gold 20,000^
United Kingdom 186,000[58]

^shipments figures based on certification alone

See also

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