Woody Cook, son of Zoe Paul and Fat Boy Slim, shows off his weird fashion sense

Woody Cook showed off his quirky fashion sense in a sheer pink jacket while posing for Attitude magazine on Thursday.

Gogglebox celebrity star, 20, a distinguished son BBC Presenter Zoe Paul And DJ and record producer, Fat Boy Slim, looked great in the striking photo.

Woody, who has publicly come out as bisexual during his time at The Circle in 2019, showed off a glimpse of his torso at the bubble cover number.

Looking good: Woody Cook showed off his whimsical fashion sense in a sheer pink jacket while posing for Attitude magazine on Thursday

He fixed the camera with a lively look while filming as he raised his arm above his head.

Speaking to the publication, he talked about his musical interests and said that despite independently exploring his own musical genres, his taste is similar to that of his father.

He explained, “For me, my musical journey has been fun, ’cause everyone goes ‘Oh, do you get that from your dad?'” , ‘I’m impressed,’ no?! By the time my dad gets home from the tour, what’s he going to do, listening to music? No!

So, I guess all of my music was my own musical journey, but then I ended up liking the same thing as him. It’s just one of those funny things. It comes down to going to a lot of different sources.

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

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

“So the other day I was looking at some playlists made by Spotify… the Spotify algorithm. If you like a song, hit the radio for that song and you’ll find another like it.

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

The star’s parents, Zoe and Norman, are worth £35 million, but it is believed that they stopped giving their son cash and instead encouraged him to earn his own money.

Woody said woman At the Attitude Awards: ‘My parents totally cut me off. They’re like, “Do you want to be a Trust Child or do you want to work?” I want to work, I am now self sufficient, I do not have a student loan.

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

Comedy duo: Woody hit the screens this year when he joined forces with his famous mom (pictured in October 2019) on the Celebrity Gogglebox, as the cheeky duo won legions of fans

“I do everything myself, one day I could not buy bread, but I work through it.”

He said his parents made it clear that they both had to work on their success, which reaped its benefits.

Woody, who competed in The Circle on Channel 4 and took fifth, vowed to make his own way in the world, saying his parents taught him not to rely on other people.

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

To make sure he lived up to the fun and frolic of the event, Woody donned a gorgeous ball gown with graffiti on the walls as he led his fellow revelers leaving the party.

He wore the monochromatic gown featuring black striped writing all over a white base, with a taut body while carrying a handbag and gift bag.

Woody wore a stunning show in the white dress, twisting it this way so as to show off the entire dress with a peek at his shoes underneath.

He seems to be borrowing style tips from Harry Styles – another lover of the androgynous look – as he wore his hair in bouncy curls and his wrist was loaded with bands from various festivals.

Show stop!  Woody starred at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards held at Camden's Roundhouse last month

Show stop! Woody starred at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards held at Camden’s Roundhouse last month

Woody hit screens earlier this year when he joined forces with his famous mom on the Celebrity Gogglebox, where the duo’s cheeky relationship won legions of fans.

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

One contestant made plans to break the show’s self-pleasing rules and get rid of himself in private, with the reality star complaining that “his balls are in a bad shape.”

With things already awkward for Woody as he had to watch scenes with his mother, Zoe made matters worse by turning to him and saying, “Effectively he hasn’t pleased himself since his balls have long been swelled.”

Then Zoe asked her son, ‘Should you empty them? I’m a girl I don’t know.

With Woody feeling visibly embarrassed, she pressed even more: “I know but what if you don’t empty them and then become surrounded by girls like that, how painful would it be?”

Her dead son said: What the hell is this? Before she added: “Some people don’t need to do that. There are monks and things, they are celibate.

Wanting to quickly end the awkward chat, he 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 had returned traveling with his girlfriend Amber early in his year abroad due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The teenager left a gap year in January 2020 with plans to spend a year on a trip around the world with Amber, but returned only 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 stopped giving him handouts and that he lives on a tight budget and has been struggling to buy a loaf of bread.

Independence: Woody recently revealed that his parents stopped giving him handouts and that he lives on a tight budget and has been struggling to buy a loaf of bread.

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