The top 10 Christmas songs of all time have been revealed. The most popular is “Last Christmas” by Wham!.
The “songs by ed sheeran” is a song that was released on Christmas Day. The song features Elton John and Ladbaby.
Is this going to be the most popular Christmas song?
The worst-kept Christmas secret has finally been revealed: Ladbaby is aiming for his fourth Christmas number one with a song about a modest sausage bun.
This time, he’s bringing some serious star power to the table, collaborating with Ed Sheeran and Sir Elton John on the song Sausage Rolls For Everyone.
This collaboration may come as a surprise to some, given Ed and Sir Elton’s current number one single Merry Christmas, but we assume it’s just smart business, since you may as well hitch your musical wagon to a tried and true number one force.
We dare anybody else to come up with a better combo than this. Who is Adele, exactly?
The tune was unveiled today, and pre-orders are now available ahead of its December 17 release date. It’s described as an energetic and cheeky sausage roll twist on Ed and Sir Elton’s holiday hit.
It’s not just a groovy melody racing to the top place, though: 100% of the song’s sales will go to the Trussell Trust, a food bank charity, to help their drive to eradicate food insecurity in the UK.
‘We always maintained we’d only try for a fourth number one if we could make it larger and earn even more money for the Trussell Trust,’ Ladbay – real name Mark Hoyle – and wife Roxanne said of the jingle.
‘We contacted Ed and Elton with the notion of doing something never done before: combining the music and social media worlds to make a difference to the people in the UK who need it the most!’ We’re honoured and excited to be coming together to help families this Christmas and bring back some true Christmas spirit with the power of sausage rolls! Ed and Elton are pop royalty, and they’ve both had huge success at Christmas, so we’re both honoured and excited to be coming together to help families this Christmas and bring back some true Christmas spirit with the power of sausage rolls!
‘No one should go to bed hungry, but far too many people do today.’ Can you picture being forced to make difficult choices like whether to heat your house or feed your children?
‘Assist us in making history! We MUST do whatever it takes to create a future in which we can all afford to sleep with a full stomach.’
Ed understood what was good for him last Christmas and went out to Ladbaby on Instagram to give assistance, and the idea for this historic Christmas number one try was conceived.
When asked by Metro.co.uk whether he’d be striving to match the trio of number one Christmas songs he already has under his Santa hat, Ladbaby hinted that he had something festively boppy up his sleeve.
With Don’t Stop Me Eatin’ (a pastry twist on Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’, of course), they become the third act in UK chart history, behind The Beatles and the Spice Girls, to earn three consecutive Christmas number one singles, after 2019’s I Love Sausage Rolls and 2018’s We Built This City.
‘You’ll have to wait and see!’ he said when asked about his intentions earlier this year. Never rule out a sausage roll for Christmas, in my opinion.
‘Look, it’s incredible – there are so many megastars competing this year, including Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Mariah Carey, Abba, and Adele, who has a new album.’
‘You never know whether we can find a method to generate more money for the Trussell Trust this year, if we can make it larger and compete against such megastars.’
On December 17, Sausage Rolls For Everyone will be published.
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