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Speaking to BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans (who has been rumoured to take over Top Gear in Clarkson’s absence), former Top Gear host and noted producer-puncher Jeremy Clarkson gave his first radio interview since his sacking, covering everything from what he’s been doing in his down time, what he’ll do next and when we’ll see the last three episodes of the popular car show.
Jeremy Clarkson has a bit of time on his hands these days now that he’s not on the telly, so he’s helping out at his local community auction. But did Clarkson tease the future of Top Gear while selling off his lots?
The not sacking of Jeremy Clarkson by the BBC yesterday was met by a dependably British mix of consternation and crowing. Guido Fawkes’ UK petition, the fastest-growing campaign ever run on Change.org (in itself an interesting and depressing fact) failed, despite garnering over a million “signatures” and repeatedly crashing the site, and Clarkson’s contract was not renewed.
This morning the news became official: Jeremy Clarkson won’t be coming back to Top Gear after punching up a producer. If you read between the lines, it’s easy to see that the show won’t go on without him. And do you know what? That’s OK with me.
We all get a little hangry from time to time, and if you want to show your support for Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson and his recent ‘disagreements’ with the BBC, you can now 3D-print some replacement heads for the popular Hungry Hungry Hippos game turning each animal into a ravenous miniature version of Jezza.