The last three Xmas number ones have been song parodies about sausage rolls
With each festive season, artists battle it out for the coveted Christmas number one spot, and in recent years there is one particular act that has been on a (sausage) roll.
that supports more than 14M people in the UK living below the poverty line.Their music videos are also a spectacle as the couple go full out, in their most recent one they’re sporting sausage roll-themed Santa and Mrs Claus costumes and driving around in a sausage roll van.
They can also be seen belting the track behind backdrops of iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Angel of the North and Stonehenge being replaced with... you guessed it sausage rolls.After the Official Charts released this information, it appears some can’t quite believe that LadBaby’s parody songs have reached the Christmas top spot for three years consecutively.
Some of them had some harsh words about the songs, while a few didn’t have a clue about LadBaby.While others defended LadBaby and pointed out that the parody singles were to help raise money for a good cause.Elsewhere, the list gave a snapshot as to what other songs have also topped the chart at Christmas over the past decade. headtopics.com
In 2011, Military Wives with Gareth Malone scored the festive number one with their charity singleWherever You AreHe Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brotherby The Justice Collective was at the top spot on Christmas 2012.The X Factor also had two Christmas number ones within the past decade with 2013 winner Sam Bailey achieving this feat covering Demi Lovato’s hit
Skyscraper, and Ben Haenow also won the show the following year went to number one in 2014 with OneRepublic’s songSomething I Need.Another charity single made it to number one in 2015, A Bridge Over Youby The Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir, and in 2016 it was Clean Bandit’s
Rockabye,followed by Ed Sheeran in 2017 with his balladPerfect.Could LadBaby potentially achieve a fourth consecutive Christmas number one this year?Well, despite having not yet revealed whether they will release another charity single, they are currently the bookies’ favourites.
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