The Favourite Christmas Adverts of 2020 (so far…)

Spoiler alert – it’s not John Lewis…

It’s not Christmas if we haven’t seen the Coca Cola truck, people aren’t going crazy over a carrot called Kevin and everyone hasn’t patiently waited for the most anticipated festive advert of all time… John Lewis.

 

However, we can reveal John Lewis’ ad is not the nation’s favourite this year.

We’ve delved into YouTube and social media data of various Christmas adverts to reveal the top 10 Christmas ads of 2020 so far…

 

 RankBrandYouTube ViewsYouTube LikesLikes on Twitter PostOverall Score
1Disney1.9M52K104.8K7.77
2Coca Cola3.3M41KN/A6.56
3Aldi7.3M21K4.8K5.34
4John Lewis3.4M21K32.7K4.52
5McDonalds970KN/A36.6K3.15
6Sainsbury’s1.5M7.2K39.4K3.13
7Amazon588K10K2.5K1.86
8Lidl146K9278.2K1.31
9Morrisons100K4942.1K1.09
10Argos98K9445821.09

 

Disney tops the chart with over 1.9 million views on YouTube, over 52,000 likes on YouTube and over 104,000 likes on Twitter resulted in an overall score of 7.77. 

Coca Cola’s advert comes in at second with over 3.3 million views on YouTube and over 41,000 likes.

Interestingly, Aldi comes in at number three with a score of 5.34 – beating the ‘big four’ by receiving the most YouTube views currently at a whopping 7.3 million.

 

John Lewis, arguably the most anticipated ad of the festive season, currently sits at number four with a normalised score of 3.64 – behind Aldi, Coca Cola and Disney.

Which Christmas advert is your favourite this year?

 

Methodology

We analysed each advert on YouTube views, YouTube likes and the number of likes on the Twitter post announcing the advert, giving each movie a normalised score out of ten for each factor. We then took an average score across all 3 factors for our final score.

Figures were correct from the 18th November 2020.

 

 

The Real Housewives of Instagram

For nearly 15 years, we’ve been following the Real Housewives of the world as they have dished up drama, scandals and glamour on our TV screens. As one of the most iconic reality TV shows, the Real Housewives franchise is a great guilty pleasure to sink yourself into.

However, which housewives from the various series are pulling in the most cash from their Instagram accounts? From Beverly Hills to Cheshire, we’ve looked at the social following of each of the Real Housewives to reveal who are the richest real housewives of Instagram.

The Housewives Making The Most From Their Insta’ Posts

Known as the most dramatic instalment of the Real Housewives franchise, the Real Housewives of Atlanta stars appear in seven of the top ten spots, making them the most lucrative housewives of all of the series.

So who took the top three spots for the most cash made from Instagram posts? Check out below!

1.   Kandi Burruss

Region: Atlanta

Instagram Followers: 8.2 Million

Estimated Instagram Earnings Per Post: $27,243 / £21,030

Taking the top spot for the highest earner on Instagram, Kandi Burruss can earn $27,243 / £21,030 for each post she creates for her 8.2 million followers. Appearing on 12 series of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kandi has provided fans with a lot of drama over the years.

 

2.   Porsha Williams

Region: Atlanta

Instagram Followers: 5.9 Million

Estimated Instagram Earnings Per Post: $19,808 / £15,291

Coming in second is fellow Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams. Boasting a respectable 5.9 million Instagram followers, the American TV personality is set to make  $19,808 / £15,291 from her social media profile.

 

3.   Eva Marcille

Region: Atlanta

Instagram Followers: 4.2 Million

Estimated Instagram Earnings Per Post: $13,938 / £10,759

Despite only appearing in three seasons of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, Eva Marcille takes the 3rd spot on our list. Eva can bring in $13,938 / £10,759 per post of her flashy lifestyle to her 4.2 million followers.

 

The Top 50 Real Housewives of Insta

Despite only appearing in one season, the Real Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen made quite an impression on her series. Since being on the show she has amassed 2 million Instagram followers, meaning she could earn $6,689/£5,163 per post.

In comparison to our US counterparts, the Real Housewives of Cheshire who represents the UK branch of the franchise don’t rank as highly. Coming in at place 50, Tanya Bardsley is the highest British earner, raking in $2,620/£2,023 per post to her 527,000 followers.

It seems that not all Housewives will find their fortune on Instagram however. A number of wives from various different series, including Cindy Barshop (New York City), Tammy Knickerbocker (Orange County) and Dina Manzo (New Jersey), may have a few thousand followers but will not make anything from their posts.

Check out the full table below to see if your favourite Real Housewive appears on our list!