18 Interesting Facts Zoe Ball You Do Not Wish Miss Out

Zoe Ball is a renowned journalist working at BBC, The Big Family Cooking Showdown program on BBC 2 channel, and Radio 2 The breakfast show host. She is also a renowned singer and dancer who contested in Strictly Come Dancing competition besides hosting the Strictly Coe Dancing Live Tour in the United Kingdom.

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  • Zoe Ball was born on November 23, 1970, in Blackpool, Lancashire, England.  She is 50 years old as of 2020 database records. Her Zodiac sign is Sagittarius.  Her birthday celebrations come on every November 23 of each year in dazzling functions with friends, relatives, and invited guests.
  • Zoe was born to John Ball the father and Julia Nee Anderson. Her father is a renowned journalist while the mother was a homemaker. Zoe holds British nationality, citizenship, and ethnicity and she is of the white race. Her parents divorced when the beautiful journalist was only two years.  Zoe has one brother named Jamie Clark. However, details about her family including the names, occupation, and residence of her sisters are not available. We are reviewing this section and we shall update this section once the information is available.
  • Zoe Ball is a beautiful actress blessed with a slim charming body with beautiful curves. She has a slightly above average body build. Zoe has body measurements including breast, waist, and hip size as 33-29-35 inches respectively. She has a body height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.77m) and weighs 131lbs (60Kg).
  • Zoe’s amazing beauty is complimented by light brown hair and skin, with blue eyes and sweet feminine sound. The dimples on her cheeks and thin lips make her male fans attractive and helpless watching her broadcast and host showcase biz shows.
  • Zoe acquired education from diverse schools. She was first admitted to Heston Junior School, in Hounslow. Later she joined Farnham Common First School and Farnham Common Middle School when her family relocated to Farnham Commons in Buckinghamshire.  The beautiful journalist was later admitted to Holly Cross Covenant School located in Chalfont St. Peters. She later trained in Arts and technology at Amersham College of Arts and Technology. Additionally, Zoe trained in Theater Arts at Young Theater College in Beaconsfield.
  • Zoe was once married to her long-time boyfriend and fiancée Fatboy Slim. The two tied a knot in the church in 1999 after a successful and colorful engagement ceremony. However, the marriage commenced developing issues and misunderstandings in divorce in 2003.  Zoe was having an external lover and she played her husband resulting in separation. The issue was resolved after some time of reconciliation and the couple reunited and lived peacefully until September 2016.  The Couple divorced in 2016, September due to the infidelity of Zoe.
  • Zoe is not married as of 2020 database records. She is in a love relationship and dating Michael Reed with whom she engaged in a love relationship in 2017. The two lover birds had a misunderstanding in 2019 and broke up, but later in 2020 reunited and are strengthening their intimate relations.
  • Zoe has been in a number of love relationships with different boyfriends. In 2003, she was in love with DJ Dan Peppe in a relationship for a short time.  She was once in an intimate relationship and married Fatboy Slim until 2016 when the two parted ways after completion of a divorce case.
  • The marriage between Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim was blessed with two children, a boy, and a girl. Her beautiful son is called Woody Fred Cook and daughter called Nelly May Lois Cook. Her other relationships have not yielded any child. It is not anticipated that the beautiful journalist is expecting a child since she is well above the menopause stage.
  • Zoe began her career at Granada Television where she was hired as a researcher for Cool Cube. She also worked as the Big Breakfast and The Priority programs host for BBC 1 station. In 1994, Zoe was the host for the Smart alongside Mark Speight and Jay Burridge, before quitting the program in 1996.  However, she continued hosting The Priority show until 2005.
  • In 2006, the beautiful journalists joined the ITV program Extinct with Trevor McDonald. In 2007, Zoe was the host for ITV talent search Grease Is the World.  In November 2013, she was a co-host for BBC one children in Need. She also reported for BBC 2.
  • Zoe is remembered for narrating The Nations Favorite ’70 Number one and The Nations Favorite ’80, and BBC One Series Don’t Tell The Bride.  In 2017, she was the co-presenter of The Big Family Cooking Showdown at BBC Two. She was featured in series 2 alongside her son Woody Fed Cook in the film Celebrity Goggle box.
  • Zoe is one of the highest-paid female BBC journalists. She earns an annual salary of between £1,360,000- £1,364,999. However, her actual salary value is not accessible. We are reviewing this section and we shall update it once the information is available.
  • Zoe is presumed as one of the richest British female journalists. She is approximated to have a net worth of $5.6 million as of 2020 records including her earnings, savings, investments, and shares. She derives her wealth from her journalism career among other investments she has made so far. Zoe owns an expensive house and cars and lives a luxurious and lavish lifestyle.
  • In 2020, Zoe was the BBC contestants for the Strictly Come Dancing competition on the third series of the BBC talent show.  Together with her partner, Ian Waite, Zoe was in position three scoring 48 points out of 50. She was also on the Strictly Come and Dance show, It Takes two in 2011.
  • In 1997, Zoe made a debut in radio program hosting when she first secured employment with BBC Radio 1 as The Radio 1 Breakfast Show host. She was the host, female DJ, and program editor at the radio station. She stopped working at BBC 1 channel in 2000. 
  • In 2002, she joined a London-based radio station Radio X working as a Devine time drive show host until 2003 December. In 2007, she came back to the BBC radio stations where she worked for BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 and hosted Saturday morning show.

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