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EXC: Fatboy Slim’s son Woody, 21: ‘My dad comes off stage, put his slippers on and makes puzzles’

EXCLUSIVE: ‘My dad comes off stage, places his slippers on and makes puzzles’: Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim’s son Woody Cook, 21, insists his mother and father are ‘regular individuals’ as he discusses life rising up

Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim’s son Woody Cook has insisted his well-known mother and father are ‘regular individuals’, as he mentioned life rising up.

While his DJ father as soon as admitted to being a ‘drugged-up lunatic’ throughout his Nineteen Nineties heyday, his offspring, 21, remembers the mellowed Grammy-winner placing on a pair of slippers and getting caught right into a jigsaw puzzle following his sold-out gigs.

In an unique interview with MailOnline, Woody stated: ‘It seems like there was extra alienation than there truly was was. I’ve all the time been a standard particular person, hang around with regular individuals, and my mother and father are two regular individuals.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘My dad comes off stage, places his slippers on and makes puzzles’: Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim’s son Woody Cook, 21, has insisted his mother and father are ‘regular individuals’

‘I feel lots of people have this concept of this totally different life that you simply stay… I imply, it is like, you recognize, for me rising up, the one factor I knew was totally different was my mother and father could be out working rather a lot.

‘And that is the one factor I might put the put the notion on. I used to be like… properly, I’m like everybody else and I all the time have been.’

Woody – who appeared on the Channel 4 actuality present, The Circle, in 2019 – added that viewers realised he was ‘simply your common particular person’ after seeing him on display.

Hilarious: Years before Woody [right] was born in 2000, Fatboy Slim [left] was a fixture on the London nightclub scene, admitting in 2020: 'I was a drugged-up lunatic in the 1990s'

Hilarious: Years earlier than Woody [right] was born in 2000, Fatboy Slim [left] was a fixture on the London nightclub scene, admitting in 2020: ‘I used to be a drugged-up lunatic within the Nineteen Nineties’

He continued: ‘So I feel like rising up with it, it wasn’t a factor for me and I do not suppose it’s a factor. I imply generally individuals go, “Oh you’re you’re so-and-so’s son, what’s that like?”

‘I’m like, “Well they’re just… they’re just my parents at the end of the day, you know, my dad goes off stage and puts his slippers on and makes puzzles.”‘

Beginning years earlier than Woody was born in 2000, Fatboy Slim – actual identify, Norman Cook – was a fixture on the London nightclub scene, telling Square Mile in 2020: ‘I used to be a drugged-up lunatic within the Nineteen Nineties.’

Family: Woody is pictured with his parents Zoe and Fatboy Slim in 2015

Family: Woody is pictured with his mother and father Zoe and Fatboy Slim in 2015

And whereas he is creating his personal career as a DJ, Woody confessed: ‘I used to be by no means that involved in what my dad was doing. It was solely my curiosity in music that introduced me right here.’ 

Woody not too long ago headlined a London bike rave, Tour de Dance, on November 9 to have a good time a rise in Brits commuting on two wheels.

Teaming up with biking subscription model Swapfiets, Woody performed a DJ set on two wheels and led Londoners on a celebration across the metropolis to see it in a brand new, festive mild.

He stated: ‘Cycling means that you can discover the town extra, discovering new bars, golf equipment and eating places you will have by no means found. And with the additional benefit of being environmentally pleasant, it’s the right technique to get about.

‘Leading Tour de Dance is unquestionably a singular expertise for me, one that can present me with a singular space to play a excessive power set filled with heavy beats, holding the gang pumping via the streets of London.’

Woody Cook headlined Tour de Dance, a biking rave organised by bike subscription model, Swapfiets, in partnership with Save Our Scene.

Exciting: Woody recently headlined a London bike rave, Tour de Dance, on November 9 to celebrate an increase in Brits commuting on two wheels

Exciting: Woody not too long ago headlined a London bike rave, Tour de Dance, on November 9 to have a good time a rise in Brits commuting on two wheels

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