The comedian and television presenter, who co-wrote as well as starred in the surreal cult comedy series with Julian Barratt from 2004-09, posted an image of himself and Barratt on Instagram and suggested it’s time for a comeback.
“There really wasn’t enough Boosh this decade! let’s try and rectify that in the next one,” Fielding wrote beneath the photo.
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“We are approaching singularity, when computers will overtake and replace us. Therefore, it suddenly felt prescient to outwit them and somehow save our precious early recordings onto a format that the dawning artificial intelligences will not see as a threat,” Barratt said of their acceptance to be ambassadors.
The Mighty Boosh comedy troupe has existed in many artistic forms since its inception in 1998 – from stand-up shows and gigs to a radio series and a celebrated TV show.
In recent years, Fielding has co-presented The Great British Bake Off since its move from the BBC to Channel 4, while Barratt has starred in TV shows including Flowers and Killing Eve.