A campaign has been launched to get An Idiot Abroad's Karl Pilkington to the top of the Christmas music charts.
Pilkington recorded a version of Aint' No Pleasing You with Chas & Dave at the end of the last series of the Sky show, as it was "something I wanted to achieve on my bucket list."
The song was never planned to be released, but in the face of a Facebook campaign, as well as growing strength amongst Twitter and Google+ followers, that could be set to change.
Ricky Gervais lent his support to the campaign by re-tweeting the plea, but added: "I don't think we're releasing it."
If released, it would face competition from the winner of this year's X-Facto , the Military Wives Choir, and another campaign aimed at getting Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit to the top.
However, for the song to be eligible, it needs to be released before December 18, and with that date just three weeks away, a release seems ever more unlikely.
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