Sausage roll lovers LadBaby have teamed up with Ronan Keating and launched another music video of their new charity single as they aim for a third Christmas number one in a row.
Don’t Stop Me Eating – to the tune of Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing – is raising funds for The Trussell Trust, which supports food banks.
LadBaby, otherwise known as Mark Hoyle, is an internet comedy and lifestyle blogger from Nottinghamshire whose video content focuses on his experiences as a father and family man.
Mark and his wife Roxanne topped the charts last year with ‘I Love Sausage Rolls’; a parody of Alan Merrill’s ‘I Love Rock and Roll’.
The former Boyzone start Ronan Keating teamed up with the couple to help produce a version of the track.
In 2018 the pair also managed to bag the Christmas number one spot with ‘We Built This City (On Sausage Rolls)’ parodying Starship’s famed 80s track.
If successful, the Nottinghamshire-born blogger would match the Spice Girls who were the first band since The Beatles to secure three Christmas number ones in a row, with 2 Become 1 in 1996, Too Much in 1997 and Goodbye in 1998.
As in previous years, Mark and Roxanne have also pledged to donate all of the money raised from the track to The Trussell Trust, a food bank network that has been able to donate over 70,000 food parcels thanks to their generosity in previous years.
The official Christmas number one will be announced on Friday, Christmas Day, and it is reported that LadBaby are in “pole position” to take the crown for a third time in a row.
Watch the full music video collaboration with Ronan Keating of ‘Don’t Stop Me Eating’ here.