Noel Fielding on Chatty Man 10.10.2014 x

(Source: britishcomedyoverflowing)

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Half

bubblewrapjunkie:

He didn’t understand how Noel managed it. The loneliness. He’d forgotten. It was a thousand years and a different body type ago that he’d been doing stand up. Just him, trying to get the audience to laugh, trying to justify being the centre of attention. Just him. He’d hated it.

It was wrong. It was incomplete. He thought he could do it, it had felt like he could do it when he put the blond wig on and got into character. It wasn’t really him - it was Johnny, it wasn’t real. But the illusion shattered the second he glanced to the right to meet Noel’s eye - isn’t it ridiculous that we get to do this? - and he wasn’t there.

He’d fought so hard to be his own person. To prove that he was whole. And he was, most places. At the playground, at cafés, on a trip to Keat’s home in Italy, on the tube, walking on the Heath in April. But not on the stage, not doing comedy, not doing this.

"It’s like I’m missing a limb. A pigeon toed limb."

"But you’re brilliant at it, Julian."

"I hate it."

He threw the wig in the bin. He could buy a new one if Johnny Breeze made his way into the Boosh someday. He didn’t exist until then.

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somanythingstobeobsessedwith:

why do I find his arms so attractive though

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In The Boosh, in The Mighty Boosh, we would sometimes push it into slightly scary worlds but that was never very… Noel Fielding, the other side of it, he kind of doesn’t like gory stuff very much, and I do, so I always wanted to have people getting chopped in half in stuff and he would say, ‘We don’t want that,’ [laughs] and then now I want to do more with being chopped in half!
Julian Barratt on Horror & Comedy 8 Oct 2014 (via heartrachel)
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agedbeaster:

derangedbutterfly:

basooniverse:

what do I have to do to be able to cuddle this man’s face?

I waited all day to reblog this because I KNEW someone would say it.

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you can’t really see the new hair color (it’s dark blonde), but have a picture of noel sittibg like a little princess

day two of our “come to london for three days to watch three noel fielding shows” adventure. photos taken: one; kisses on the cheek received: four. things are going pretty well!

Tim was so fucking amazing today at the british summer time festival!