Matt Lucas and Jason Manford get their tops off for the NHS


Louise Daniel

07 May 2020 2 comments

Captain Tom Moore raised £23 million for the NHS, a new tribute single has been released to raise further funds and our communities are rallying to support each other.

Celebrities are doing their bit too, by keeping us occupied and showing their more human sides.

Who doesn’t like to have a nosey at what their homes are like? We all need a bit of fun during lockdown, right?

Raising funds for the NHS should be fun too, so Matt Lucas’ Baked Potato Song is up there as one of our favourites.

The song was first performed by Matt Lucas on Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer show, Shooting Stars during the 1990s. You might remember him as George Dawes, the giant baby who played the drums.

The 2020 reworked version was initially put out as a reminder on how to stop coronavirus. It’s led to a million views and a single release.

There are plenty of versions too, from the orchestrated version  to his duet with Masked Singer star, Jason Manford as seen above.

Not sure about the whole tops off situation though? What do you think?

We’ve got a potato campaign too, check out Potato Pete here.

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2 thoughts on “Matt Lucas and Jason Manford get their tops off for the NHS

  1. Wow, this is amazing I had no idea! Thanks for sharing.

    Stephanie | SPV Living

    1. Louise Daniel

      Thanks for commenting Stephanie. It’s just good wholesome fun!

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