A team of celebrities get together in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital this Christmas.
Rock and Roll with the stars this Christmas as they release “Rock with Rudolph” in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. The festive-filled Christmas single released on November 30th is accompanied by a glorious music video including a performance from the legendary Lionel Blair who’s still rocking ahead of his 90th birthday on December 12th.
Boasting an impressive all-star Christmas cast including TV royalty Shona Mcgarty, Antiques Expert Phil Serrel, Ann Hegerty from BBC’s ‘The Chase’, Whispering Bob Harris, Celebrated actress Kara Tointon, and ‘Ex on The Beach’ Bombshell Jess Impiazzi, “Rock with Rudolph” promises to provide all the Christmas spirit that we need this year, and all whilst helping Great Ormond Street Hospital continue the lifesaving work that they do.
Choc-a-block with some of the Nations most loved stars from stage and screen, and a sound so Christmassy you can practically smell the mince pies and mulled wine, “Rock with Rudolph” is the perfect anthem to accompany this festive period. Written and produced by Jack and Grahame Corbyn and mixed at Dean Street Studio where the great Frank Sinatra sang, “Rock with Rudolph” is ready to take its rightful place in the canon of iconic Christmas songs. The track, with its jingle-bell accompaniment and lyrics as heartfelt and warming as a winter log fire, is guaranteed to get you singing and smiling this season.
So; turn your Christmas tree lights on, grab a mince pie, and get ready to “Rock with Rudolph” this yuletide…
“Rock with Rudolph” is released November 30 th through Saga Entertainment. Lead Vocalists In Order of Appearance are:
Olivia Birchenough of Channel 5’s Milkshake & winner of the 2017 Great British Panto Award Best Female Lead.
Rebecca Keatley of Cbeebies ‘Let’s Play’ and Cbeebies House.
Dani Harmer, best known for CBBCs Tracy Beaker & Dani’s House, she was also finalist of Strictly Come Dancing 2012.
Nathan Connor of Channel 5’s Milkshake.
Laura Tobin, meteorologist from ITV’s Good Morning Britain.
Ann Hegerty, from ITV’s The Chase.
Antonia Bernath, best known for her role as Priscilla Presley in CBS show Elvis & as Chloe in the film St Trinians.
Nicola Thorp, best known for playing Nicola Rubinstein on ITV’s Coronation Street and columnist for metro.co.uk.
Naomi Wilkinson, children’s TV presenter best known for her roles on Channel 5’s Milkshake, she currently presents on CBBC shows Naomi’s Nightmares of Nature and “Wild and Weird”.
Eunice Olumide MBE, Scottish super model, philanthropist and fashion designer. She has previously performed alongside Skepta, Wiley and The Roots.
Kara Tointon, best known for playing Dawn Swann in BBC’s Eastenders & winning Strictly Come Dancing 2010.
Kellie Shirley, best known for playing Carly Wick’s on BBC’s Eastenders & Kirsty De La Croix in Sky One’s In The Long Run.
Faye Barker, newsreader ITN and Good Morning Britain.
Shona McGarty, best known for playing Whitney Dean in BBC’s Eastenders.
Christina Bennington, leading lady out of Bat Out of Hell.
Lettice Rowbotham, best known for being the “Posh Violinist” from Britain’s Got Talent & reaching the grand final (Also played Violin on this track).
Bob Harris, the legendary Whispering Bob.
James Braxton, BBC Antique Expert.
Charlie Ross, BBC Antique Expert.
Philip Serrell, BBC Antique Expert.
Lionel Blair, the legendary dancer and performer that needs no introduction.
Gail Porter, TV Presenter, TV personality, former model and actress.
Jess Impiazzi, Model and Reality TV Star, best known for being on Ex On The Beach, Celebrity Big Brother 2018.
Amy Thompson of Channel 5’s Milkshake.
Laura Aikeman, Television and film actress.
Emma Samms MBE, best known for her role as Holly Sutton on US soap opera Dynasty.
Kathy Hill, model best known for appearing alongside George Michael in the music video of “Last Christmas” by Wham.