Expect a magical mix of Noel’s unique brand of stand up comedy, live animation, music and some of Fielding’s best-known TV characters (such as The Moon and Fantasy Man).
“I made this the other day,” says Fielding, in those breezily honeyed tones of his. “If Lionel Messi wore Kiss make-up, that’s what he’d look like,” Fielding says firmly, roaring with laughter.
“Imagine if he did wear Kiss make-up for the final, and said nothing about it.
'The former drug user continued: 'I was in the cloakroom it’s dark and smells of sick, and if you want your coat back, well you can suck my d***.'The Never Mind The Buzzcocks star, who will be replacing former hosts Mel and Sue, also repeated the shocking phrase: 'From flaccid to erections', before comparing male ejaculation to paintings of American artist Jackson Pollock.'Hi Gloria, could you send in both cleaning teams please? Shocking: The 43-year-old comedian's expletive song Live For The Night [Cocaine City] - from his band Loose Tapestries' album NHS - is filled with heavy-duty references to drugs and sex, proving to be a far cry from the cookie-cutter Channel 4 baking show However, his Kasabian rocker bandmate Serge ensured to show Noel his support and told Nick Grimshaw on Radio 1 on Friday that the pair had discussed the move.
British comedian and actor who played the role of Vince Noir on The Mighty Boosh and sat on the music panel of Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
When Noel came on stage the Royal Albert Hall literally exploded with applause and cheers...
however they were soon stifled as we all realised that it was Tom Meetan (Noel's double of his alter ego Vince Noir).The party pair then headed to the Groucho Club and Bungalow 8.Channel 4 have taken a gamble with their surprising new Great British Bake Off line-up, spearheaded by Noel Fielding.The brunette, who he has been dating since 2010, teamed a blue velvet overcoat with a lilac slogan jumper and checked trousers, set off with deep blue ankle boots.The pair's outing comes following original GBBO host Mary Berry's verdict on the new line-up, after quitting the show alongside hosting double act Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins when it was bought from the BBC by Channel 4.According to The Sun, when quizzed about whether she could have worked with The Mighty Boosh star Noel she said: 'I don’t know him, but I’d take my chances.'Mary praised fellow new co-host Prue Leith, saying the chef had the right 'personality' and solid baking 'knowledge' to succeed.