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Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim’s son Woody Cook shows off his quirky fashion sense

Woody Cook showed off his quirky fashion sense in a sheer pink jacket as he posed for a shoot with Attitude magazine on Thursday. 

The Celebrity Gogglebox star, 20, who is the son of esteemed BBC presenter Zoe Ball and DJ and record producer Fatboy Slim, looked great in the striking image. 

Woody, who came out publicly as bisexual during his time on The Circle in 2019, showed a glimpse of his toned torso in the bubble-wrap number. 

Looking good: Woody Cook showed off his quirky fashion sense in a sheer pink jacket as he posed for a shoot with Attitude magazine on Thursday

He fixed the camera with a sultry stare for the shoot as he held his arm up above his head. 

Speaking to the publication he chatted about his musical interests and said that despite exploring his own genres independently his taste is similar to his dad’s.

He explained: ‘For me, my journey of music’s been interesting, ’cause everyone goes ‘Oh, so you get that from your dad?’,’ ‘I’m like, ‘No?!’ By the time my dad comes home from tour, what’s he gonna do, listen to music? No!

‘So, I think all my music’s been my own musical journey, but then I end up liking the same thing as him. It’s just one of those funny things. It’s about going to loads of different sources. 

Family: The Celebrity Gogglebox star, 20 is the son of esteemed BBC presenter Zoe Ball and DJ and record producer Fatboy Slim (pictured in 2015)

Family: The Celebrity Gogglebox star, 20 is the son of esteemed BBC presenter Zoe Ball and DJ and record producer Fatboy Slim (pictured in 2015) 

‘Even the other day I was looking at some of the playlists Spotify make… the Spotify algorithm’s banging. If you like a song, press radio of that song and it’ll find other ones like it.’     

It comes after last month Woody revealed his famous parents have stopped giving him handouts and he’s living on such a tight budget that he struggles to afford bread.

The star’s parents Zoe and Norman are worth a staggering £35million but they are believed to have stopped giving their son cash, instead encouraging him to earn his own money.

Woody told The Mirror at the Attitude Awards: ‘My parents have cut me off completely. They are like, ‘Do you want to be a trust fund child or do you want to work?’ I want to work, so I am now self-sufficient, I don’t have a student loan.

Comedy duo: Woody hit screens this year when he joined his famous mother (pictured in October 2019) on Celebrity Gogglebox, with the duo's cheeky rapport winning legions of fans

Comedy duo: Woody hit screens this year when he joined his famous mother (pictured in October 2019) on Celebrity Gogglebox, with the duo’s cheeky rapport winning legions of fans

‘I am doing it all by myself, the other day I couldn’t afford bread, but I’m working through it.’

He said his parents made it clear that they both had to work their ‘asses’ off for their success, which he has reaped the benefits of.

Woody, who competed on Channel 4’s The Circle and came in fifth place, has vowed to earn his own way in the world, saying his parents have taught him not to rely on other people.

Woody’s comments came after he glammed up at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards held at Camden’s Roundhouse earlier that week.

Ensuring he was living up to the fun and frolics of the event, Woody wore a dazzling ball gown scrawled in graffiti while he led fellow revellers leaving the bash.

He was dressed to impressed in the monochrome gown which featured black writing scrawled all over a white base, with a corseted structure while he toted a handbag and a goodie bag.

Woody put on a show-stopping display in the white gown, as he twisted this way and that to show off the dress in its entirety while also giving a peek of his trainers underneath.

He seemed to be borrowing style tips from Harry Styles – another lover of androgynous looks – as he wore his hair in bouncy curls and had his wrist laden with bands from various festivals.

Show-stopping! Woody's glammed up at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards held at Camden's Roundhouse last month

Show-stopping! Woody’s glammed up at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards held at Camden’s Roundhouse last month

Woody hit screens earlier this year when he joined his famous mother on Celebrity Gogglebox, with the duo’s cheeky rapport winning legions of fans.

They left fans cringing after they watched an episode of hit Netflix show Too Hot To Handle together – and things took an uncomfortable turn as the conversation turned to masturbation.

One of the contestants made plans to break the self-gratification rules on the show and relieve himself in private, with the reality star moaning that his ‘balls are in a dire situation’.

With things already awkward for Woody having to watch the scenes with his mother, Zoe then made things worse by turning to him and stating: ‘Effectively he hasn’t pleasured himself in so long his balls are swelling up.’

Zoe then asked her son: ‘Do you have to empty them? I’m a girl I don’t know.’

With Woody clearly embarrassed, she pressed further: ‘I know but what if you don’t empty them and then you’re being surrounded by girls like that, how painful would it be?’

Her mortified son replied: ‘what the hell?’ before adding: ‘Some people they don’t need to do it. There are monks and stuff, they’re celibate.’

Wanting to swiftly end the embarrassing chat, he then declared: ‘I don’t know! I don’t want to have this conversation with you!’  

The hysterical exchange came after the presenter reunited with her son, who returned travelling with his girlfriend Amber early from his year abroad due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The teenager left on a gap year back in January 2020 with plans to spend a year globe-trotting with Amber, but returned just months later in May due to Covid.

DJ Norman Cook – whose alter-ego is Fatboy Slim – split with BBC Radio 2 host Zoe in September 2016 after 17 years of marriage. 

The former couple, who tied the knot at Babington House in Somerset in 1999, are also parents to daughter Nelly, 10. 

Independence: Woody recently revealed that his parents have stopped giving him handouts and he's living on a tight budget and he struggled to afford a loaf of bread

Independence: Woody recently revealed that his parents have stopped giving him handouts and he’s living on a tight budget and he struggled to afford a loaf of bread

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