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What Is Zoe Ball's Net Worth In 2022?

What Is Zoe Ball's Net Worth In 2022?

The BBC's Zoe Ball will be presenting Glastonbury Festival this year, but what is her net worth?

Broadcaster and veteran Glastonbury-goer Zoe Ball will be dusting off her wellies and bucket hat today as she is set to present much of the action from Worthy Farm.

As well as delivering The BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show straight from the action on Friday morning, Ball will be joining Dermot O’Leary, Jo Whiley, and Vicky Hope to lead the coverage on BBC Three. 

Synonymous with British TV, Radio and music, Zoe Ball’s decade-spanning career has landed her some of the most converted roles - presenting breakfast shows on both BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2, as well as prime-time coverage on BBC 1’s It Takes Two. What, then, is Zoe Ball’s net worth in 2022?

What Is Zoe Ball’s Net Worth? 

According to Popular Net Worth, Zoe Ball has an estimated net worth of $5 Million (Around £3.5 Million), as of 2022. 

She first came to the public’s attention during the 90s as a presenter for the BBC Children’s TV shows Live & Kicking and SMart.

This soon brought her to her first music presenting gig on Top of the Pops alongside Jo Whiley and Jane Middlemiss. 

Hopping from set to set, she quickly grew more recognition as a presenter on the evening music chat show The Priory in the early 2000s, before presenting the 2002 Brit Awards and rejoining the BBC on their reality show Strictly Dance Fever in 2005.

In the same year, she competed on the competition show Strictly Come Dancing, where she placed third. 

In 2011, she rejoined the Strictly franchise as a presenter of its follow-up chat show It Takes Two, when its previous lead Claudia Winkleman was promoted to a main presenter. 

As well as TV, she has made a name for herself on the radio as the current presenter of BBC Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, a role which she took over from Chris Evans in 2019.

The titular show calls back to her time hosting the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show with Kevin Greening between 1997 and 2000. Between her departure then and now, she has worked across both BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 as a relief presenter, and took up the latter’s Saturday Afternoon slot in 2018. 

According to the BBC Group’s annual report for 2019-20, Ball earned around £1.3 Million as a BBC presenter in that year. 

She spent much of the COVID-19 Pandemic filming for Celebrity Gogglebox alongside her son Woody (21), whom she shares with her ex-husband Norman Cook (also goes by the name of Fatboy Slim).

Along with daughter Nelly (11), the family are based in Sussex, where they share a $1.5 Million home.

Complete with a vegetable patch, she worked with renowned interior designer William Morris to put together bright prints and fabrics to deck out the mansion. 

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Topics: Glastonbury, Celebrity Net Worth, BBC, Music