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Jamie Oliver enlists celebrity pals for #FoodRevolutionDay rap

Ah, the power of the celebrity pal. Jamie Oliver has no shortage of these and a whole posse of them have joined forces to help him promote Food Revolution Day, which aims to raise awareness of obesity and make practical food education compulsory in schools across the world.

They’ve collaborated on a special rap, created by Ed Sheeran to showcase Jamie Oliver’s rapping skills. Also featured are Jamie Cullum, Paul McCartney, Alesha Dixon, Hugh Jackman, Jazzie B, Professor Green and children from the London Youth Choir. Talking about the project on his Facebook page Oliver said, “I am honestly lost for words and so I’ll let this video do all the talking.”

Is it just us or are Jackman and Oliver having a bit of a rap-off?

Video credit: The Telegraph

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This isn’t the first time Jamie Oliver has combined his two passions of food and music. If you don’t remember his “Lamb Curry Song” here’s a recap. We think his rapping skills have improved in the last nine years…

Video credit: jamieoliveruk/YouTube

The third annual Food Revolution Day is tomorrow, May 15. You can sign Jamie Oliver’s petition in support of food education for every child on the Food Revolution Day website.

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