Republic of Telly star, Andy Quirke, is hoping to scoop the Christmas number one with his new Damo and Ivor comedy release, Thank God It's Christmas.
Party boy Quirke flew to Lapland to shoot the video for the single which premiered on the RTE2 show last night.
Andy plays Dublin stereotypes Damo the skanger and posh cretin Ivor in the video for the single which bookies are tipping to shoot to the top of the charts for Christmas.
"The video is a mini-movie of Damo and Ivor's Christmas which, as you can imagine are quite different," said a spokesperson. "Damo gets runners, tracksuit bottoms and 20 crates of Dutch Gold from Santy while Ivor gets gold bars, a Rolex and a sparkling red Ferarri."
Andy is thrilled that the bookies have made his new single the 2/1 second favourite to scoop the Christmas number one after X Factor winners, Little Mix release, Cannonball.
"To be considered in the running for number one in Ireland is brilliant!" said the spokesperson. "We're defintiely going for it and it would be great to get the support of people behind it. It's a very magical and picturesque video this time as we have all snow scenes from Lapland and the real Santa in it too."
Andy had a viral hit with his last video and single, Everybody's Drinkin', earlier this year. He's also released an album featuring
Andy's father Richard Quirke owns Dr.Quirkey's Good Time Emporium on O'Connell Street.
His older brother Wesley is famous for dating former Miss World, Rosanna Davison. Andy's first video Skanger Me Banger featured him playing Damo "the professional illegal street racing organiser."
He also appeared as a range of other characters including Colin Farrell in the video. He caused a storm of controversy last year when he and his well heeled pals held a "skanger" or "chavtastic" theme party for his 25th birthday.