LadBaby

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  1. mccity

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    Apparently they've just achieved their second Christmas no1 with a sausage roll version of I Love Rock And Roll.

    What do people think of them? I find them to be extraordinarily cringeworthy beyond imagination, but maybe I'm being a Scrooge here.
     
  2. citizen_maine

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    I have no idea what any of this means
     
  3. karen7

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    They are raising money for a charity,i forget which one,i noticed them last year as well
     
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    Just saw them on telly and thought WTF.
     
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    I also have no idea what any of this means
     
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    YouTube star LadBaby has described his surprise at beating both Ariana Grande and Ava Max to the Christmas number one spot.

    LadBaby is the alter-ego of Nottingham's Mark Hoyle, who found fame posting videos about his parenting journey on social media.

    His song, We Built this City On Sausage Rolls, is a parody of the 1985 Starship song. Proceeds from the song are going to food banks around the UK
     
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    I'd never head is him but thought a sausage rolls inspired cover of Joan Jett's I love rock and roll would be fun so checked out the video today.

    Turned off after a minute of innuendos about long sausages and putting them in ovens, whilst they are holding their little children. I mean, wtf?

    If it raises money for charity then well done them. But I found his 'material' complete turd. Nothing against schoolboy humour, but everything against it when done poorly.
     
  8. Well Stormzey (sp) didn't last long.
     
  9. mancitymick

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    World's gone mad
     
  10. heatonblue

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    Says more about the general public than anything else
     

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