Fatboy Slim is a record producer and DJ who helped popularise the big beat genre in the 1990s. He also played bass for the indie rock band Housemartins, and when the band disbanded, he established the electronic band Beats International.
Who Is Fatboy Slim’s Partner Nicola Lokko?
Nicola Lokko is renowned as DJ Fatboy Slim’s companion and a close friend of his ex-wife Zoe Ball.
Lokko and Fatboy began dating following the DJ’s divorce from Zoe Ball. Nicola and Fatboy had a buddy group since she was closest friends with his ex-wife Zoe Ball. Nicola and her ex-husband, Mark Williams, had dates with Zoe and Fatboy.
According to the Daily Mail, Lokko and Slim’s relationship announcement caused quite a stir among their close pals. According to rumors, the pair struck it off right away and have been living together.
Since announcing their romance in 2018, the pair hasn’t revealed much about their relationship. Fatboy has seldom posted photos of Nicola on social media.
Fatboy Slim Age
Fatboy slim is 59 years old.
Fatboy Slim Height
Fatboy Slim is 6ft (183 cm) tall
Fatboy Slim Relationship
Fatboy Slim married his ex-wife Zoe Ball at Babington House in Somerset in 1999.
Zoe and Fatboy started dating in 1997, and they hit it off right away when they met in Ibiza. They split up temporarily in 2003 when it was revealed that Zoe was having an affair with Slim’s buddy DJ Dan Peppe. After three months, they reconciled.
On September 24, 2016, they announced their divorce after 18 years of marriage. Following their divorce, Zoe began dating her partner, Michael Reed, while Fatboy began dating Nicola Lokko.
Zoe Ball is a popular radio and television host. She is the first female presenter of the BBC’s “The Radio 2 Breakfast Show” and “Radio 1 Breakfast.”
Fatboy Slim Family
Fatboy Slim and his ex-wife Zoe Ball have two children, a son and a daughter.
Fatboy Slim Net worth
Fatboy Slim’s net worth is estimated to be at $20 million.
Fatboy Slim Career
Leo Cook had his first solo success in 1989 with ‘Blame It On The Bassline,’ which featured MC Wildski, a member of future beats international. The song was depicted in a manner that would become synonymous with ‘Beats International.’ It charted in the United Kingdom. In 1996, he acquired the nickname Fatboy Slim, which is reminiscent of the blues. He performed his second free open-air performance on Brighton Beach on July 13, 2002. However, the organizers anticipated a 60,000-person attendance.
However, just 25,000 people showed up. He appeared on the other stages of the Glastonbury festival in 2005. In 2006, he returned to Glastonbury and headlined the Rockness Festival and the O2 Wireless Festival. He performed at the Good Vibrations event in Australia in 2009. In the same year, he played at Marlay Park in Dublin with Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris, as well as at the Sziget festival in Budapest. He played at the V festival in 2009.
He performed an unannounced gig at Glastonbury in 2009 on the stage of “pinball-machine” in Trash City. Fatboy Slim returned to the Glastonbury festival in 2010. On June 18, 2010, he played in Cape Town as part of the Britannica FIFA World Cup music festival. Fatboy Slim presented a one-hour radio show on XFM called “On The Road To Big Beach Bootique 5,” which aired 10 times.
In 2013, Cook appeared as a special guest on the Arcade stages of the Ultra Music Festival, Wavefront Music Festival, Exit Festival, Bestival, and Glastonbury Festival. Cook returned to the Sahara stage at Coachella for the second time in May 2014.
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