YouTube star LadBaby has offered to take Ariana Grande out for a sausage roll after he triumphed over her to secure Christmas number one with his charity single.
Its the food of champions.
The dad vlogger – real name Mark Hoyle – offered an olive branch in the form of a foot-long sausage roll to the Thank U, Next singer.
I hope theres no hard feels about Xmas No 1 @ArianaGrande, he tweeted. Let me know when youre next in the UK and maybe me and the missus can take you for a foot long sausage roll.
He added: Itll change your life… it has mine! #LadBabyXmasNo1.
He saw his opportunity and he took it.
I hope theres no hard feels about Xmas No 1 @ArianaGrande
Let me know when youre next in the UK and maybe me and the missus can take you for a foot long sausage roll? Itll change your life… it has mine! #LadBabyXmasNo1
— LadBaby (@LadBabyOfficial) December 22, 2018
The star is yet to reply, but shed be a fool to turn down that offer!
It comes after Mark, 31, scored the Christmas number one this year with his parody of Starships We Built This City, based all around sausage rolls – with all profits going to the Trussell Trust, a charity fighting to end UK hunger.
Chatting to Metro.co.uk about the competition, Mark admitted: Ive heard Ariana Grandes [song] because its been at number one for what feels like a decade. But the Ava Max one, Ive not listened to it this week – Ive not streamed it in case it counted.
I didnt even want to give them one stream. I didnt even listen to the competition, he explained.
Mark, his wife Roxanne, and their kids released their tune We Built This City… On Sausage Rolls on 14 December before it quickly rose to number one after scoring number two in the mid-week charts.
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Chatting to OfficialCharts.co.uk after his win, the star said: Thank you everybody in the UK who has got a sausage roll to the top.
I cant thank you enough not only for downloading the song but for raising money for such an incredible charity.
He added: Im honestly speechless and lost for words. Thank you so much. YES MAAATE!
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