LadBaby clinches third Christmas No 1 in a row and refuses to rule out trying to make it four

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LadBaby has landed the Christmas Number 1 spot once again – and won't rule out trying to make it four next year.

YouTube star Mark Hoyle and his wife Roxanne have done it again as fans gobble up their charity song for a third year on the bounce.

Catchy song Don’t Stop Me Eatin’ rules the airwaves this time around, the Official Charts Company has this afternoon revealed.

It's their third festive chart topper in a row, following last year's favourite I Love Sausage Rolls and 2018 smash We Built This City.

It's all for a wonderful cause, of course.

The song is raising much-needed money for food bank charity The Trussell Trust.

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Speaking on Christmas Day, LadBaby Mark told the PA news agency: "We started this three years ago as a bit of fun and to raise money for a really good cause.

"We genuinely just hoped to make the top 40 three years ago and the fact now that three years on the songs have got better in terms of the downloads each year.

"Each year we’ve had more and more people support it, more and more people download it, more people get behind us and raise even more money for the charity every year, it’s unbelievable."

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Roxanne’s mother has been a long-time supporter of The Trussell Trust and Mark says it keeps on inspiring them every year.

He explained: "We always heard the stories about food banks and the families that went there and how bad the situation is here in the UK for the amount of people relying on foodbanks.

"I think it’s one of those things that about four, four-and-a-half years ago we were in a very different position to what we are now.

"We know what it’s like when you really are on a budget.

"You are struggling to make ends meet and you’re worried about putting food on the table, and knowing what it’s like and that worry of having enough money to put food on the table is something we’ll never forget and why it is we decided to do this."

Earlier this week Mark said he wasn't totally sure about another chart fight next December before adding: "Well, you never say never – who knows?"

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