New Great British Bake Off host Noel Fielding shocks with explicit songs about cocaine and erections

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X-rated music from the TV presenter’s cult band with Kasabian rocker Serge Pizzorno emerged as he embraced new role with trip to North London bakery

THE new host of The Great British Bake Off Noel Fielding sings about cocaine and erections in sordid lyrics revealed by The Sun.

The former hellraiser fronts a cult band with Kasabian rocker Serge Pizzorno called Loose Tapestries and the sordid content of the pair’s music is set to leave a bad taste with the baking show’s loyal audience.

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Great British Bake Off producers have been left worried by new host Noel Fielding’s X-rated music

And the X-rated material will also cause fresh worry for Love Production bosses who are already concerned Noel, 43, could turn off a lot of the elderly viewing that made Bake Off such a favourite.

Lyrics detailing sex-fuelled scenes in a nightclub in song Live For The Night (Cocaine City) start: “Do you think you can send down a couple of jungle c**** and one of those skinny white Thai c****?”

They continue: “I was in the cloakroom it’s dark and smells of sick, and if you want your coat back, well you can suck my d***.”

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The former hellraiser fronts a cult band with Kasabian rocker Serge Pizzorno, with songs about erections and cocaine

Set to a Bee Gees-sounding disco rhythm, Noel, 43, and Serge, 37, sing about getting “higher and higher” – hinting at cocaine-taking in the title – and see the Mighty Boosh star repeat the crude phrase, “c***s are off direction, from flaccid to erections.”

The tune concludes with a phone call comparing male ejaculation to American painter Jackson Pollock, famed for his unique style of drip painting.

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The sordid music may leave Love Production bosses fearing Noel’s favour with Bake Off’s loyal audience

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The voiceover says: “Hi Gloria, could you send in both cleaning teams please? The neon dancefloor looks like a Jackson Pollock. Thank you, soon as possible. Literally paddling in semen down here.”

The tune is off Loose Tapestries’ album NHS and includes some songs from Noel’s Luxury Comedy series, as well as a shock festive tune called I Can’t Wait For Christmas featuring Luther actor Idris Elba.

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Meanwhile Noel embraced his new role on the baking show with a trip to sample cakes in North London bakery

Noel and Serge have known each other since 2007 after meeting at the Isle of Wight Festival.

They bonded over the Leicester guitarist’s love for Noel’s “trippy” Mighty Boosh series, which he admitted was a staple on tour when the band would watch it and get “mangled with weed”.

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The former hellraiser’s songs detail sex-fuelled scenes in a nightclub and reference drugs

Noel previously admitted he turned to coke when the pressure of fame got too much for him, and had also dabbled in MDMA, Ketamine, acid, magic mushrooms.

As the music emerged, the new Great British Bake Off host embraced his role and sampled sweet treats at a bakery in Highgate, North London.

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Noel wore a striking red and orange checked jacket as he visited the bakery in Highgate

And as usual there was nothing subtle about the quirky TV presenter’s outfit – once again sporting a loud red and orange check jacket and leggings as he posed with fans.

The Sun told last week how his casting had caused a war between GBBO bosses over his risk to the show’s popularity among children and grandparents.

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Noel Fielding posed with a fan in London

Noel and Sandi, 58, have been hired alongside foodie legend Prue Leith, 77, who replaces Mary Berry, 81.

Paul Hollywood, 51, is the only member of the BBC team who went to Channel 4.

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Noel has been hired by Channel 4 alongside veteran TV chef Prue Leith, with the show’s former judge Paul Hollywood also making the move from BBC

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