Former UKIP Candidate Drops 'Three Lions' Parody Banger
You thought Rihanna and Drake's 'Work' was the video of the year. You were wrong.
Former UKIP candidate and activist Mandy Boylett has turned her thoughts to lyrics in a newly released parody of 'Three Lions' called 'Britain's Coming Home', ahead of the upcoming EU referendum on June 23rd.
The song, originally written by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel, is a pro-Brexit anthem in which Mandy provides vocals right down to the background football commentary. Nigel Farage also cameos in archive footage.
"Our flag's red, white and blue," she sings. "More than just star.
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"Only wanted trade. But now it's gone too far."
The video is what makes it, though. Mandy has doubled herself as Geri Halliwell cum 2/4th's of ABBA - which seems an odd choice for a Eurosceptic - before a green screen Union Jack. It's Windows Movie Maker on steroids.
Baddiel himself doesn't seem too arsed.
Just to be clear: me and Frank didn't give permission for this. But it's so brilliantly naff, we might've anyway. https://t.co/pbCAYNxdsg
- David Baddiel (@Baddiel) February 23, 2016
Words by Josh Teal
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