LadBaby Releases Band Aid Parody Featuring ‘Paul McCartney, Adele’ & More

Earlier this week, LadBaby, aka Mark Hoyle, and his wife Roxanne announced they would be releasing another festive parody song in aid of The Trussell Trust Food Bank charity. Once again, the YouTuber is in odds to land his fifth Christmas No. 1. Having teamed up with Elton John and Ed Sheeran last year, this time he managed to get money-saving expert Martin Lewis involved. In addition, he got special permission from Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to parody Band Aid as Food Aid, with 50 percent of the proceeds going to the Band Aid Trust and half to the food bank charity. LadBaby teased that a selection of big stars would join him for the recording and has now released the single with a music video for him, which you can watch below.

In the official Food Aid music video, LadBaby and Roxanne arrive at Dean Street Studios and the latter can barely contain her excitement. As they walk in, she tells the viewers that they have managed to include Paul McCartney, Stormzy, Adele and Robbie Williams among their chorus of stars.

The big reveal though is that LadBaby could only hire look-alikes for the single. However, despite the awkward situation, Martin Lewis shows up before they start the fun holiday taping for charity, which can be seen below.

To download and purchase LadBaby’s Food Aid song for 99p, click here.

Martin Lewis added: “When Mark and Roxanne contacted me out of the blue asking if I would join them at Food Aid, I thought they had me mistaken for someone else. The closest I’ve come to thinking of a Christmas number one is going to the bathroom on Boxing Day after having too much orange juice the day before. However, once I found out they were serious, and it was for the Trussell Trust, a very important charity with which I have a history, I decided to give it a try and be glad to do it. This has been a difficult year for many, prices have skyrocketed. Advice charities and food banks are inundated. Deficit budgeting is becoming more common, which means that even after everything has been cut to a minimum, people still have less income than they spend. It’s going to be a harsh winter and things probably won’t get much better in 2023. So the need to help and support people struggling across the UK runs deep. Hopefully this Ladbaby song and the lyrics to it will raise some money and awareness.”

To download and purchase LadBaby’s Food Aid song for 99p, click here.

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