LadBaby might equal The Beatles and Spice Girls’ record with 3rd Christmas No 1

LadBaby could be on track to land his third Christmas No1 in a row, matching an achievement that only The Beatles and the Spice Girls have attained before.

The 33-year-old YouTube sensation – whose real name is Mark Ian Hoyle – has already raised thousands for The Trussell Trust and shot to fame when he landed the Christmas No1 spot in 2018 and 2019.

This year, LadBaby released his tune Don’t Stop Me Eatin – and the track is already set to top the charts this festive season yet again.

It comes after LadBaby’s first Christmas No 1 We Built This City… On Sausage Rolls in 2018 as well as his 2019 hit I Love Sausage Rolls.

Should LadBaby achieved the coveted spot, they will join a hall of fame reserved only by The Beatles who got a Number 1 in 1963, 1964 and 1965 as well as The Spice Girls who achieved the title in 1996, 1997 and 1998.

LadBaby is vying for a third Christmas Number 1

Like in previous years, LadBaby has centred his latest tune upon the theme sausage rolls and the performers even slipped into some impressive sausage roll inspired Christmas outfits for the music clip.

With the help of their two sons, LadBaby and his partner LadBabyMum Roxanne have created an incredible music video that also makes a special nod to 2020.

In what LadBaby has dubbed his “most important year yet,” the performer has admitted it would be an “honour” to be referenced alongside the likes of The Beatles and The Spice Girls.

However, the artist also maintained that they simply want to get a number one in order to raise awareness of The Trussell Trust.

The stars have released a string of songs dedicated to sausage rolls

Speaking to the BBC, Mark said: “The Beatles and the Spice Girls… people talk about us having three as well. You know, it’s an honour to be mentioned with such musical greats. But our passion is to raise the name of this charity.”

He also said he was uncertain whether they could match The Beatle’s record of four Christmas Number 1’s – after they also achieved the top spot in 1967.

LadBaby added: “What we don’t want to do is do something where people start to boycott what we do as a song because then it could reflect on the charity as well. So as much as we love doing it, we need to know when is right to not do it.”

LadBaby could join the hall of fame alongside The Beatles and The Spice Girls

LadBaby is trying to raise money for charity with the tune

While many are confident that LadBaby is on track to be this year’s Christmas No 1, the family face stiff competition from stars such as Gemma Collins and Darren Day.

Another single called ” Boris Johnson is a F***ing C***” is also vying for the coveted title and peaked at No 2 in the UK iTunes, but currently sits in fourth place.

Donations for the Trussell Trust can be made by downloading LadBaby’s Christmas tune or through the charity’s website.

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