You grotto give it to LadBaby… here is a first look at the lengths they’ll go to match a record set by the Beatles and the Spice Girls.
Turning his family’s garden shed into a festive grotto for the video, YouTube blogger Mark Hoyle has dropped a new ditty, Don’t Stop Me Eatin’, in a bid to beat Justin Bieber and the NHS Choir’s Holy to the Christmas No.1.
It’s another sausage roll-themed effort, a hilarious take on Journey’s 1981 classic Don’t Stop Believin’.
It includes the lines, ‘A sausage roll for a shielding mate/In a bag thrown over the gate’, and ‘Give anything to hug my nan/Just one more time’.
Mark, 33, who is joined in the group by his wife Roxanne and their sons Phoenix and Kobe, hopes to score a hat-trick of seasonal number ones.
He previously topped the charts in the past two years with We Built This City On Sausage Rolls and I Love Sausage Rolls.
If LadBaby succeeds, they will join the Fab Four and the Spices as the only acts to have bagged three Christmas No.1s in a row.
The family are raising money for The Trussell Trust, which aims to end the need for food banks in the UK.
Previously speaking to Metro.co.uk, he said of the song: ‘I think the sentiment of Don’t Stop Believing is what everyone needs to feel this year, don’t stop believing that things are gonna get better.’
He also admitted to previously having his own troubles with his wife to afford to feed his family.
Mark recalled: ‘About four years ago we were in a very different position to what we are now. We were struggling, we had gone down to a single-parent income.
‘We had just had our first boy and Rox was off on maternity leave and we were struggling, I think we were on about £20 a week.
‘It always lives with me and one of the hardest times was when we were at a checkout in Aldi and our bill came to something like £20.70 and we basically didn’t have the 70p.’
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