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His current tour, still featuring Mike in a variety of daft roles, including Fielding's fictional wife, has, by contrast, been the “peppermint tea tour”. So there were cartoons and characters such as Roy Circles, a chocolate finger with shellshock; Secret Peter, who is made out of melted Jelly Tots; and Fantasy Man, who rides a porcelain unicorn called Arnold 5. “Maybe there were just way too many characters and not enough time to digest them all. “The possibility of us doing something together is always still there,” says Fielding. “The combination of us two was a once-in-a-lifetime thing.
The evening was hosted by Russell Brand and Noel Fielding, returning to the Hall after their previous successful co-hosting of the Teenage Cancer Trust comedy night in 2007.
He served as a team captain on Never Mind the Buzzcocks from 2009 until 2015, and has appeared on The Big Fat Quiz of the Year multiple times.
He is a keen musician, and recorded several songs as part of The Mighty Boosh.
His rival team captain on the show, Phill Jupitus, dubbed him a “gothic George Best”; his best friend, Serge Pizzorno of Kasabian, called him a “modern-day Dali”. When you're young, people say, 'Yeah, he's young, he's daft, he does all this weird stuff,' and then you have success and people say, 'Oh right, he's good.' And maybe in 10 years, I'll be seen as eccentric, like Vic Reeves or Spike Milligan, which would be amazing. Earlier this year, Never Mind the Buzzcocks was axed. It was like being in The Beatles.” The end came in 2009, after a 100-date tour.
He is a playful polymath, hopping about in his pointy boots from sitcoms to animations to stand-up, acting to art exhibitions. He is about to go on tour for a second UK leg of his solo show, An Evening With Noel Fielding, having already taken it around the UK, Australia and New Zealand. But I suppose I'm in this weird transitional period between having some success doing weird stuff and not being eccentric yet. Fielding, who had been on the show since 2009, found out when the press did. All of a sudden it was just POWWWW and everyone was sick of each other. They were making a lot of money and there were a lot of people with a vested interest in keeping it going.
Noel Fielding frets to Alice Jones about being 'in limbo', the possibility of children and being the next Spike Milligan “I'm not Mr Weird,” says Noel Fielding.