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LADBABY is on course to scoring his SECOND Christmas Number One. The YouTubber shot to fame in 2018 with a cover of Starship's We Built This City. 2 Mark Hoyle with wife Roxanne and son Phoenix Credit: Instagram Mark Hoyle, 32, AKA LadBaby is a blogger and YouTuber from Nottingham. He previously worked as a graphic designer in London before he started to make parenting and budgeting videos. He's also an entrepreneur and inventor of the toolbox lunchbox. In 2018 he was crowned Celebrity Dad of the Year beating the likes of Prince William and Liam Payne.

2 Mark Hoyle with sons Phoenix and Kobe Credit: Instagram How can I listen to I Love Sausage Rolls? You can download it on iTunes and Google Play now. You can also watch the music video on Ladbaby's YouTube. But you can also watch the song at the top of this article. LadBaby released I Love Sausage Rolls in 2019 Was LadBaby Christmas number one last year?

LadBaby was announced as the 2018 Christmas Number One winner, surpassing Ariana Grande on the charts with his song We Built This City...on Sausage Rolls. On December 9, 2019 Mark published a video entitled When Dad Tries To Win Mum A Christmas Number 1. In the video he says: "If I can pull it off it will be the best Christmas present ever and I'm going to do it so I can hopefully raise a lot of money for charity. "So I've called in a few favours and I've got in touch with a mate who's a producer and I'm going to try and get Rox a Christmas number one as my present to her..." The track was released on Friday, December 14, in aid of poverty charity The Trussell Trust and then bagged the top spot. LadBaby is a Youtubber known for his festive tunes Who is favourite for Christmas number one 2019? Ladbaby is tipped to scoop the festive number one spot AGAIN for a second year in a row. His tune I Love Sausage Rolls is set to be named Christmas number one for 2019. Bookies' have given him odds of 1/10. Coral's John Hill: "The wave of support behind LadBaby in our betting suggests to us the Youtube star will net the UK number one single for the second straight year "Just like in 2018, we have seen a huge gamble since the start of the week so it looks like many punters will have an early Christmas present off the bookmakers." LadBaby has an army of fans Credit: Instagram Does LadBaby have any other songs? He's just has the two songs - I Love Sausage Rolls and We Built This City...on Sausage Rolls. But after the success of these two singles, he is sure to release more. MORE ON YOUTUBE WHO WANTS TUBE BE A MILLIONAIRE How eight-year-old YouTuber Ryan Kaji 'earned £20m' in 2019 SPEAK EASY YouTube Premium subscribers can claim FREE Google Nest Mini smart speaker SHUT DOWN Married YouTube star Tana Mongeau DENIES she's dating Noah Cyrus PEWDIE-BYE World's biggest YouTube star PewDiePie QUITS saying he's 'feeling very tired' WATCH IT Fuming YouTube fans threaten to delete their accounts over new rules on 'bullying' Who is LadBaby's wife Roxanne? Mark Hoyle has been married to his wife Roxanne since 2015. She is also a blogger and YouTuber who goes by the name LadBabyMum. She was previously an amateur UK free diver. The couple have two sons Phoenix, three and Kobe, born in 2018. The video will start in 8 Cancel Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from walesonline - What's On Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email YouTube star LadBaby is leading the race to become this year's UK Christmas No. 1 single for the second year running. The prankster, whose real name is Mark Hoyle, took the festive crown in 2018 with his charity cover of Starship's 'We Built This City' called We Built 'This City... on Sausage Rolls'. And it looks like the 32-year-old could be in for a second UK Christmas No. 1 with his new track 'I Love Sausage Rolls', with SkyBet putting him above Stormzy and Jarvis Cocker. The UK Christmas No. 1 is set to be announced on Friday, December 20 at 5.45pm on BBC Radio One. Who is LadBaby? Mark is originally from Nottinghamshire but now lives in Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire with wife Roxanne and their two sons, Phoenix Forest and Kobe Notts, according to NottinghamshireLive. Before turning to vlogging, Mark worked as a graphic designer in London. He rose to fame in 2016 when Roxanne was pregnant with their first son. He created a blog called LadBaby where he documents his day-to-day life as a dad. (Image: Daily Record) His YouTube and Facebook channels mainly feature videos showing life hacks which help him and the family save money. In 2017, one of his videos showing how he used a toolbox as a lunchbox for his son went viral. As of December 2019, his YouTube channel has 766,000 subscribers while his Facebook page has 3.4m likes. On December 14, 2018, the family released 'We Built This City... on Sausage Rolls', with all profits going to food bank network Trussell Trust. The sausage roll-themed track debuted at No.1 in the UK Singles Chart that week, beating Ava Max and Ariana Grande to the UK Christmas No.1. - making LadBaby the first British YouTuber to top the chart. In June 2018, an online vote saw Mark scoop Clas Ohlson's Celebrity Dad of the Year award, beating the likes of Prince William, Rio Ferdinand and Simon Cowell. Nine months later, Roxanne won Clas Ohlson's Celebrity Mum of the Year award, beating Kate Middleton. Roxanne now also has a sizable following of her own thanks to her page Ladbaby Mum. (Image: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post) In November, the couple released their first book 'Parenting for £1... and other budget hacks'. 'I Love Sausage Rolls' was released on December 13 and the parody version of the Joan Jett hit is raising more money for Trussell Trust, with Mark hoping the track will double the number of donations made last year. Its video, which features Roxanne and their sons, has already been viewed more than 5.3million times. If the odds are correct it would mean Nottinghamshire-born Mark would be the first artist to achieve back-to-back UK Christmas No. 1s since the Spice Girls.

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