Today is Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Day, and he's asking people to sign a petition to make practical food education compulsory on the school curriculum around the globe. To help get the word out, he enlisted the help of Ed Sheeran, who wrote an anthem to promote the campaign. A few phone calls later, and Jamie had a whole host of famous faces on board to record the song, including Hugh Jackman, Alesha Dixon, Jamie Cullum, and Paul McCartney. Here's the final result, complete with a slightly cringeworthy rap from Jamie, and a whole lot of bromance.
Whether you're a fan of Jamie and Ed or not, the message behind the song — educating children about food and nutrition to ensure they make better choices as they grow — is something we can all get behind. You can sign the petition here.