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News May 19, 2022

The Kid Laroi Creates Meal With Macca’s

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The Kid Laroi Creates Meal With Macca’s

The Kid Laroi will soon have his favourite McDonald’s meal sold at stores across the country as part of the brand’s Famous Order collaboration.

The fast food giant partnered with K-pop sensations BTS last year to launch the limited edition BTS Meal, but The Kid Laroi is the first Australian face to participate in the collaboration.

The chart-topper’s order, which will be on offer to consumers from Thursday, May 26, includes a cheeseburger with no pickles, medium fries, medium Frozen Coke and six-piece Chicken McNuggests with barbecue sauce.

His latest track “Thousand Miles” is also set to feature front and centre in the brand’s campaign for the new meal.

The proud Kamilaroi man said he’s passionate about showcasing Australian music and culture to the world.

“I’m a huge Macca’s fan and have great memories of visiting my local Macca’s in Waterloo, Sydney for a Frozen Coke on a hot Aussie day,” he said.

The Kid Laroi Macca's meal

“I can’t wait to share my meal with the rest of the country and for the first time, give Aussies their very own local Famous Order.”

Liz Whitbread, senior brand manager at McDonald’s, said the company’s fans all have their own go-to order – a uniting force no matter how famous a customer, such as The Kid Laroi, becomes.

“The Kid Laroi is a true Macca’s fan and global music sensation, with an extremely loyal following here in Australia,” she said.

“We are excited to bring The Kid Laroi’s order to life and give customers a way to connect with one of the most poplar names in music right now.”

The meal will be available in all McDonald’s outlets nationwide, as well as via the My Macca’s app and McDelivery from Thursday, May 26. McDonald’s said the meal would be available for a limited time, but did not specify when it would disappear from menus.

To celebrate the launch of The Kid Laroi Meal, McDonald’s is also offering a free Oreo McFlurry to those who spend $15 or more via Uber Eats in the first week.


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