@mainlythecat What would you suggest Richard?
Did the BBC really want Clarkson back?
Jeremy Clarkson claims the BBC offered him a return to Top Gear but he turned it down because the corporation had compared him to Jimmy Savile. The 55-year-old said he was asked by a senior executive to return to the motoring show but declined because "too much had gone on."
Jeremy Clarkson said the BBC wanted him back on Top Gear
"I had a meeting with a BBC executive last week and they asked if I'd come back to Top Gear," he told the Sun.
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Refused 'Top Gear' Return Over Savile Comparisons
The Radio 2 presenter and bookies' favourite was at last confirmed as the new 'Top Gear' presenter after months of speculation.
The official ‘Top Gear’ site first posted the announcement on Tuesday (June 16th) that the BBC Radio 2 presenter would be fronting a revamped version of the show next year. Of course, the news also means that Richard Hammond and James May will not be returning to the show, despite a rumoured £4.6 million offer each to remain with the BBC.
Chris Evans will be the new lead presenter of a re-vamped 'Top Gear' in 2016
Continue reading: Chris Evans Confirmed As New Host Of 'Top Gear'
Viewers loved the return of Chris Evans’ chat show, although Lewis Hamilton put some to sleep.
'TFI Friday’s' 20th anniversary special proved a smash hit for Channel 4 yesterday evening (June 12th) pulling in a massive 4.3 million viewers. Host Chris Evans returned for the one-off special episode, with guests including Jeremy Clarkson, Blur and Lewis Hamilton.
Chris Evans returned as the host for the show’s 20th anniversary special.
The show was on such a roll that Channel 4 even gave it an extra 15 minutes after it ran over its allocated time slot. Chris Evans certainly seemed to enjoy his time hosting the show again, tweeting, "Did that really happen last night ? My wife has the MOTHER of all hangovers - hilarious,” on Saturday morning.
Continue reading: 'TFI Friday' Special Comeback Episode Is A Ratings Hit For Channel Four
A trailer has emerged for the last 'Top Gear' footage to feature the sacked Jeremy Clarkson.
The BBC has released the trailer for the last ever ‘Top Gear’ episode to feature Jeremy Clarkson, and it looks set to finally close out the era in fine style.
The 33-second clip was released on Tuesday evening (June 9th), and features the now-sacked presenter and his two co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May dressed in dinner jackets and standing in a desert. They receive a challenge to race cheap cars while towing caravans to a finish line in order to avoid a forfeit.
One last time: BBC releases last ever 'Top Gear' trailer for a Clarkson-starring episode
Continue reading: BBC Releases Final 'Top Gear' Episode Trailer To Feature Jeremy Clarkson
The BBC are said to have offered the pair a mega money deal to stay as ‘Top Gear’ presenters.
Richard Hammond and James May could soon become the highest paid stars at the BBC, if they accept a deal worth £4.6million each to stay on as hosts of 'Top Gear' for two more series. According to the Daily Mail, the corporation is willing to go to extreme lengths to keep the duo and prevent them from being snapped up by rivals ITV or Netflix.
The trio during 'Clarkson Hammond and May Live'.
But the corporation isn’t intending to replace Jeremy Clarkson anytime soon. The BBC is said to be considering modeling the new series of the show on ‘Have I Got News For You’ or ‘Never Mind The Buzzcocks’, which saw a guest host every episode rather than a permanent presenter.
The duo are reported to have received seven figure per-annum offers to stay on and present 'Top Gear' with a weekly "guest presenter".
In contrast to many reports that have been doing the rounds over the past few weeks, ‘Top Gear’ presenters James May and Richard Hammond might not be leaving the BBC after all. In fact, it was reported today that the duo may stay with corporation to front a re-vamped version of the show alongside a weekly “guest presenter”.
The pair had been widely believed to have effectively followed Jeremy Clarkson out of the door, following his sacking in March. However, the Independent’s Matthew Norman reported on Monday (June 1st) that May and Hammond had been offered £1 million-per-year deals by the BBC to stay in their posts.
Richard Hammond and James May are reported to have received a huge offer to stay at the BBC
Clarkson also used Twitter to reassure a fan that television screens hadn't seen the last of him yet.
Jeremy Clarkson took to Twitter to agree with another user that he is “fed up” of the deluge of media speculation around his future, ever since he was sacked from BBC’s ‘Top Gear’ after his notorious “fracas” with producer Oisin Tymon.
Twitter user Sienna Sapphire seemingly wondered out loud: “Anyone else sick of hearing about Jeremy Clarkson? Nothing particularly against him, but why is his every move / word still in the news?” She was probably a bit surprised to find that, this morning, Clarkson had replied “I do like me but even I'm fed up with it.”
Jeremy Clarkson being interviewed by Chris Evans for BBC R2
Jeremy Clarkson could be back on the BBC.
Jeremy Clarkson says he takes responsibility for his Top Gear sacking, saying it was his "own silly fault". Clarkson, who left the hit BBC2 show after a fracas with a producer, nevertheless said that he would be open to returning to the corporation and that not having the motoring show has "left a big hole that needs to be filled".
Jeremy Clarkson has admitted responsibility for his Top Gear sacking
"I was very sad, it was my own silly fault so I could hardly complain," he said, speaking on Chris Evans's BBC2 Radio breakfast show.
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson On Top Gear Exit: "It Was My Own Silly Fault"
The trio are in talks with the streaming service, with one source claiming the new show might be called 'House of Cars' - nice.
Jeremy Clarkson could be returning to screens alongside his former ‘Top Gear’ pals Richard Hammond and James May. The trio are reported to be in talks with Netflix to launch a new car-based show in the wake of Clarkson’s exile from the BBC.
According to the Daily Mirror, one name being considered for the revamped show is ‘House of Cars’, an explicit and cheeky reference to the success of Kevin Spacey’s original political drama ‘House of Cards’ which found a home on the streaming service. An insider told the British paper “If it goes ahead, they're planning to call it ‘House of Cars’, which is just genius.”
James May, Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson (l-r) are reportedly in talks with Netflix
Continue reading: Will Clarkson, Hammond And May's New 'Top Gear' Be On Netflix?
The disgraced former 'Top Gear' host has received two work offers from Russian networks in the last month.
Sacked ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson has received even more interest from Russia. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the former BBC star is currently in negotiations to feature in an upcoming Russian comedy movie.
Armen Manasaryan, one of the producers of the movie Kot v Sapogakh (or Puss in Boots), pitched the project to the Russian government’s funding organisation Cinema Fund and is quoted as saying “we offered the role of a foreigner to Clarkson. He hasn’t given us a definitive answer yet. We are in talks.”
Clarkson has reportedly been offered a role in a Russian adaptation of 'Puss in Boots'
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Offered Role In Russian Comedy Movie
Jeremy Clarkson could set up a rival motoring show.
Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman has quit the BBC motoring show in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's sacking. Wilman and Clarkson, who are old school friends, are rumoured to be planning a rival show.
Jeremy Clarkson was sacked after a francas at a North Yorkshire hotel
In an email last month - widely regarded as a letter of resignation - Wilman told staff: "Our stint as guardians of Top Gear was a good one, but we were only part of the show's history, not the whole of it. Those two words are bigger than us."
Continue reading: Top Gear Executive Producer Quits Amidst Rumours Of Rival Show
The former 'Top Gear' presenter reportedly WILL be guest presenting the weekly satirical news quiz on the BBC later this month.
The disgraced former ‘Top Gear’ presenter Jeremy Clarkson may be about to make a sensational return to BBC screens later this month as a guest presenter of ‘Have I Got News For You’.
British newspaper The Mirror reports that BBC chiefs have eventually decided to allow Clarkson to be the guest host on the April 24th episode, less than a month after the decision was taken to sack him from the motoring show. A spokeswoman for the corporation stated: “Jeremy’s contract has not been renewed on ‘Top Gear’ but he isn’t banned from appearing on the BBC.”
Jeremy Clarkson will guest present 'Have I Got News For You' on April 24th
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson To Make BBC Comeback Hosting 'Have I Got News For You'
Jeremy Clarkson will not face any charges over the "fracas" in a North Yorkshire hotel.
Jeremy Clarkson will face no further police action despite the BBC confirming that he attacked his Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon - an incident that led to his sacking. North Yorkshire Police said it had "completed its routine inquiries" into the incident and would "not be pursuing this matter any further."
Jeremy Clarkson will not face any criminal charges over his attack on a Top Gear producer
In a statement it said: North Yorkshire Police has now completed its routine enquiries following the incident at Hawes involving Mr Jeremy Clarkson, and we will not be pursuing this matter any further.
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Will Face No Charges Over 'Top Gear' Attack
The upcoming shows have been renamed 'Clarkson, Hammond and May Live' since the host’s sacking.
Jeremy Clarkson has reportedly agreed to keep quiet over his recent sacking by the BBC so that the planned ‘Top Gear Live Shows’ can go ahead. Clarkson was axed as host of the long running motoring series last month after a ‘fracas’ involving one of the show’s producers.
'Top Gear' fans will be able to see Clarkson, Hammond and May reunited at the upcoming live shows.
Clarkson is said to have reached an agreement with the BBC so the now renamed live show can go ahead as planned in May. The series of live shows, which are co-owned by BBC Worldwide will start in Belfast on 22 May and not feature any ‘Top Gear’ branding or The Stig.
Andy Wilman has denied resigning from 'Top Gear' following the departure of Jeremy Clarkson.
Top Gear producer Andy Wilman has denied reports he is quitting the BBC2 show after a leaked email he sent to colleagues appeared to suggest he was resigning. After Jeremy Clarkson's sacking, Wilman congratulated staff on making "one of the most iconic programmes in TV history".
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson departed Top Gear last week
However, on Tuesday, the producer - whose friendship with Clarkson dates back to their school days - rejected claims of a resignation.
Continue reading: Top Gear Producer Andy Wilman Denies Quitting After Leaked Email
The BBC's director-general, Tony Hall has reportedly received death threats since Clarkson was dropped as host of the BBC show.
The fallout from Jeremy Clarkson’s ‘Top Gear’ exit is showing no signs of ending anytime soon, as some fans of the show just can’t get over the fact the long running host has been ousted. According to CNN, BBC director-general Tony Hall has even received death threats in the days following his announcement of Clarkson’s departure from the series.
Former 'Top Gear' host Jeremy Clarkson.
"Police in Westminster are investigating an allegation of threats to kill," the Metropolitan Police confirmed to CNN in a statement. The threat is said to have been reported on Wednesday, with police adding that it was made by email. ”The content of the message suggests (it was sent) from outside the UK,” the Met. statement continued.
Simon Cowell shows his support for Dermot O'Leary via Twitter after the presenter announces he is leaving 'The X-Factor'.
Simon Cowell has praised Dermot O'Leary after the presenter announced he would no longer be hosting The X-Factor. 41-year-old Leary announced he would be leaving the show on Friday (27th March). The presenter, who has hosted the show for eight years since taking over from Kate Thornton in 2007, informed fans of his decision on Twitter.
Simon Cowell has praised Dermot O'Leary after the presenter announced he is leaving The X Factor.
Could Jeremy Clarkson be headed to Netflix?
Jeremy Clarkson has suggested that creating a rival show to Top Gear "isn't hard" because of the lack of real car programmes on TV right now. In a column believed to have been penned before the "fracas" for which he was sacked by the BBC, Clarkson reflected on his 10 years on the show.
So, who wants to work with Jeremy Clarkson?
Clarkson was speaking about the "glut" of cookery shows on TV and talked about the difference with motoring shows.
Continue reading: Is Jeremy Clarkson Planning A 'Top Gear' Rival Show?
North Yorkshire Police have asked the BBC for a copy of the report that led to the 'Top Gear' presenter being dismissed on Wednesday.
On the same day it was announced that he had been sacked by the BBC after a ‘fracas’ with a ‘Top Gear’ producer, things could be about to get even worse for Jeremy Clarkson. Sky News confirmed that North Yorkshire Police has asked the BBC for its report in to the incident, and may charge him “where necessary”.
54 year old Clarkson was told on Wednesday by BBC Director General Tony Hall that his contract with the corporation will not be renewed. Hall is publishing the findings of the internal investigation, and has been asked by police for a copy of the report, leading to the possibility of an assault charge against the presenter.
Ex-'Top Gear' presenter Jeremy Clarkson riding around London
Continue reading: Sacked 'Top Gear' Presenter Jeremy Clarkson Facing Possible Police Probe
Clarkson was suspended from ‘Top Gear’ earlier this month, after a "fracas" involving one of the show’s producers.
Suspended ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson has said he believes “protest never works”, despite a petition calling for him to be reinstated by the BBC reaching one million signatures. Clarkson made the comments in his weekly column for British newspaper The Sun, just days after launching into a foul mouthed rant against the BBC.
Suspended 'Top Gear' host Jeremy Clarkson
"The simple truth of the matter is this: Protest never works. Because we are all plankton. And the world is run by whales,” Clarkson wrote. “Oh, you can be a big and important plankton but that doesn't make a jot of difference if a whale has decided to eat you up.”
The 'Top Gear' presenter expects to be sacked from his position.
Jeremy Clarkson opens up for the first time about his suspension from the BBC in an f-bomb ridden rant, after the controversial 'Top Gear' presenter was allegedly involved in a violent 'fracas' with one of the show's producers earlier this month.
Jeremy Clarkson is expecting to be fired
The TV car buff hasn't had an awful lot to say about his apparent tangle with the BBC, apart from joking that he was 'going to the Job Centre'. But now he's taken the time to blast the TV network for his suspension, lamenting the fact that he expects to be fired any day now.
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Blasts The BBC In Vicious Rant At Charity Auction
Clarkson was suspended by the BBC on March 10th after a “fracas” involving one of the show’s producers.
James May and Richard Hammond are said to be refusing to film another episode of ‘Top Gear’ without their currently suspended co-host Jeremy Clarkson. Clarkson has been suspended by the BBC since March 10th and the presenter’s fate is currently being decided pending the result of an internal investigation.
Clarkson is currently suspended from 'Top Gear' and the BBC
According to The Mirror the two presenters have turned down filming any more episodes of the motoring series which would feature mainly recorded segments with some of footage of Hammond and May in the studio.
Fans have been calling for Steve Coogan's legendary comic character 'Alan Partridge' to come out of retirement and present 'Top Gear' as Jeremy Clarkson's replacement.
The ongoing saga over Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension from ‘Top Gear’ has taken a turn for the amusing, after an online petition emerged calling for the appointment of the comedy character Alan Partridge as a replacement for the under-fire presenter.
It’s been one week since the BBC announced that Clarkson had been suspended from the successful motoring show following a ‘fracas’ with one of its producers. The internal investigation, headed by the director of BBC Scotland Ken McQuarrie, began on Monday (March 16th).
Could Steve Coogan's 'Alan Partrdige' character be the new 'Top Gear' host?
A petition set up by conservative blog 'Guido Fawkes' in the wake of Clarkson's suspension has 660,000 signatures in just 48 hours.
Just two days after Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension from the popular British TV show ‘Top Gear’, a petition for the BBC to reinstate the controversial presenter has already gained 660,000 signatures as of Thursday morning.
The blog ‘Guido Fawkes’ launched an online petition a matter of hours after the initial announcement of Clarkson’s suspension on Tuesday afternoon, and the traction was such that it has rapidly exceeded half a million supporters.
An online petition to reinstate Jeremy Clarkson is rapidly gathering signatures
Jeremy Clarkson could walk away from the BBC.
Jeremy Clarkson could walk away from the BBC after being suspended following an apparent "fracas" with a Top Gear producer, according to the Evening Standard. Clarkson's contract is up later this month though all three Top Gear presenters were said to be days away from signing new deal.
Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended by the BBC pending an investigation
That now looks very much in doubt for Clarkson, who was suspended on Monday after a reported scuffle with a senior producer. The last three episodes of the current series have been pulled and the BBC is dithering over making any firm decision on its future.
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Could Leave 'Top Gear' And BBC After "Fracas"
The BBC will also not be airing the scheduled episode of 'Top Gear' this Sunday.
'Top Gear' presenter Jeremy Clarkson has been suspending from the BBC pending an investiagation, following allegations of a fracas with a producer on the show. The often controversial presenter was said to be on his last warning with the station, following last year's racism controversy.
'Top Gear' presenter Jeremy Clarkson
A statement released by the BBC regarding the incident simply read, "Following a fracas with a BBC producer Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended pending an investigation. No-one else has been suspended. 'Top Gear' will not be broadcast this Sunday. The BBC will be making no further comment at this time."
Continue reading: Top Gear Presenter Jeremy Clarkson Suspended By BBC
What is Jeremy Clarkson actually saying?
Jeremy Clarkson has suggested that his BBC motoring show is "not made for people who wear pink ties" in a Twitter spat with the shadow transport minister Michael Dugher. The Labour MP had kicked off the feud during an interview with House magazine during which he described Clarkson as "basically an idiot" who was "not remotely representative of motorists".
Jeremy Clarkson said Top Gear is not made for those who wear pink ties
He added: "Jeremy Clarkson - I have no time for him. It's not just his politics. I mean the guy is basically an idiot. And the idea that he is somehow the motorists' representative? No he's not, he represents himself. He's not remotely representative of motorists."
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson, "Top Gear Is Not For People Who Wear Pink Ties"
Jeremy Clarkson said people up north, "earn less, die more quickly, have fewer jobs and live in houses that are worth the square root of sod all"
Another week, another round of Jeremy-Clarkson says something stupid and then gets attacked for it on Twitter. This time, the Top Gear presenter accused Liverpool Echo journalists of being "f*cktards" after they attacked comments that he made in his Sunday Times column.
Jeremy Clarkson criticised the service in his Liverpool hotel
In his piece, Clarkson initially praised the city, saying that in contrast to his previous visits his latest experience was "very agreeable".
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Said Stupid Things About Liverpool. Gets Heat.
Sheeran is the first guest of the new series of 'Top Gear', and apparently ran the car off the track on a number of occasions.
He may have achieved total mastery of the pop world, but Ed Sheeran demonstrated this week that his skills on the road leave quite a lot to be desired. According to BBC's Newsbeat, the star crashed ‘Top Gear’’s ‘Reasonably Priced Car’ during filming of a regular segment of the popular show, whose new episode is due to be broadcast this weekend.
The singer, whose second album X was the biggest-seller of 2014 in the UK, does not hold a driving license and had apparently never driven a car before, so it’s hardly surprising that the red Vauxhall Astra left the track and entered the grass on a number of occasions.
Ed Sheeran reportedly crashed the 'Top Gear' 'Reasonably Priced Car' this week
Continue reading: Ed Sheeran Crashes The 'Top Gear' Car Ahead Of Guest Appearance
After a scandal-hit 2014, producer Andy Wilman admits that he's debating whether to make another series.
The makers of the long-running BBC show ‘Top Gear’ are reportedly in “conversations” about whether to go ahead with making another series, according to its producer.
Andy Wilman, who hatched the plan to revive the show with controversial presenter Jeremy Clarkson back in 2002, said to Broadcast magazine that the BBC “does not trust” the show after its “annus horribilis” of 2014. Scandal after scandal beset the programme, which has been in hot water in the past, during the last twelve months and things now seem to be coming to a head for Wilman.
Jeremy Clarkson, presenter of 'Top Gear', has been under scrutiny throughout 2014
Continue reading: 'Top Gear' Producer Andy Wilman Hints Another Series May Not Happen
Boyle didn't spare much when laying into Clarkson
Jeremy Clarkson doesn't stop being racist, and people don't stop hating him
He said that Clarkson “comes from a very bad place and the reason he's tolerated is that he's recognised by people in power … in fact he's a friend of [David] Cameron's,” according to the The Guardian. He added: “He's in there like a f***ing growth and he should be removed because he's horrible. Sack him because he's a cultural tumour.”
Frankie Boyle was on typical form in Edinburgh.
It was always going to be a typically irrelevant performance, but even the most fervent fans of Frankie Boyle may have been caught off-guard by the veracity of his takedown of the right-wing media and its associates during a talk at the Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.
Jeremy Clarkson was in the firing line
The Glaswegian comic went on the attack from the get-go, tackling the subject of Jeremy Clarkson and his apology for mumbling the N-word during a Top Gear recording.
Continue reading: Frankie Boyle Calls On BBC To Sack "Culture Tumour" Jeremy Clarkson
The BBC and Clarkson were criticised by Ofcom - but will anyone face consequences?
The most pointless announcement in the history of the Internet was made yesterday when Ofcom said Jeremy Clarkson had purposely used a racist epithet to describe another human being. Everyone knows the Top Gear presenter says those things.
Jeremy Clarkson: officially said racist stuff, according to Ofcom
“That is a proud moment ... but ... there is a slope on it.” Hammond said: “You are right ... [pointing] ... it is definitely higher on that side,” he exclaimed to his little partner in (racially offensive language) crime. But what exactly happens to the BBC stalwart now?
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Racism: So What Happens Now?
Despite angry calls for Clarkson to get the sack, he's getting a new contract
One Google search for “Jeremy Clarkson racist” will throw up 917,000 results. And there’s a reason for that. The controversial BBC presenter has had more than his fair share of chances when it comes to blurting out bigoted comments, the latest being the whole “eeny, meeny, miny, moe catch a n-word by his toe” debacle.
Jeremy Clarkson is getting a nice new contract, presumerably with a 'say what you want' clause
But it’s okay; he didn’t mean to say the n-word. He tried not to say it, but he just couldn’t stop it sounding like he maybe didn’t not say it. Sort of. The BBC doesn’t care either, reportedly handing him a new contract worth loads of money that’ll keep him hosting Top Gear with his mates, who also like to say incredibly racist things and get away with it, too.
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson's Chequered History With Not Saying Racist Things
How is this happening?
The BBC seems to have an inexplicable soft spot for Jeremy Clarkson, the man many consider to be guilty of multiple racist remarks. It’s almost impossible to write a non-bias story on the man, especially when he’s being rewarded for years of translucent bigotry with a shiny new, £12m contract from the BBC, the U.K’s non-bias, tax-funded, license fee-demanding broadcaster.
"Errrrm" - Jeremy Clarkson, 2014
The new deal, according to The Sunday People’s source, is “being worked on right now” and would keep Clarkson in the driving seat at Top Gear until 2018. “There is no question of Jeremy’s deal not being renewed,” added this source. “The top executives want him signed up as soon as possible. We are all very excited that Top Gear as we know it will be with us for three more years from 2015.”
Continue reading: Racism? What Racism? Jeremy Clarkson Negotiating Mammoth £12m BBC Deal
Jeremy Clarkson’s week of woe continues and even wife Frances might have thrown in the towel.
'Top Gear' presenter Jeremy Clarkson could be heading for a costly divorce
Frances Clarkson is reportedly planning to divorce the controversial presenter after she was spotted on holiday in Majorca supposedly “toasting the end of her marriage.”
Continue reading: Jeremy Clarkson Reportedly Facing Divorce As Ex Wife Weighs In
Jeremy Clarkson's wife of 21 years is divorcing him, following rumours of extra-marital affairs and racist slurs.
Jeremy Clarkson’s wife, Frances, is allegedly divorcing him after 21 years of marriage. This is the latest blow for the Top Gear presenter, who recently came under fire after supposedly using the ’N-word’ on camera. He has vehemently denied use of the word.
Clarkson's wife, Frances, is divorcing him after a 21 year marriage
The couple are said to have been going through a rough patch for a while now, perhaps in response to allegations that Clarkson has indulged in numerous adulterous relationships. They have been living separately for three years now, despite trying to make the marriage work.
Continue reading: 'Top Gear' Presenter Jeremy Clarkson To Divorce Wife Of 21 Years
A look at Clarkson's iffy history with racism
You have to be very careful when talking about stars and their alleged racism. But Jeremy Clarkson has been accused of being racist so many times; one begins to wonder how long the BBC is going to put up with it. The latest has seen the controversial presenter deny using the word “nigger”.
Jeremy Clarkson at the Cheltenham Festival
Full disclosure: we thought about starring the word out, but we’re not calling anyone it, and we don’t condone the use of it. By starring the word out, you put it in someone else’s head without actually saying it. So in the interest of clarity, Jeremy Clarkson is accused of saying the word, and denies it on Twitter. His mates are backing him too.
Continue reading: How Many Accusations Of Racism Can Jeremy Clarkson Get Away With?
Jeremy Clarkson has come under fire for allegedly using the N-word.
Jeremy Clarkson is under fire again after the Daily Mirror accused him of using the word "nigger" in previously unbroadcast footage from his BBC programme Top Gear. The presenter strongly denies the allegations. In footage published on the newspaper's website, Clarkson appears to recite the beginning of the children's nursery rhyme, "Eeeny, meeny, miny, moe." before appearing to mumble, "Catch a nigger by his toe."
Jeremy Clarkson Could Be In Trouble...
The BBC has launched an urgent investigation into the allegations, with Clarkson's job believed to be on the line.
Continue reading: So, Did Jeremy Clarkson Use The N-Word, Or Not?
Jeremy Clarkson has been called out for yet another insulting remark, but what other feather ruffling comments has the presenter made in the past?
He’s at it again! Jeremy Clarkson is back to his old offensive tricks, this time he’s been called out for referring to an Asian man as a ‘slope’. During an episode of Clarkson’s successful BBC show Top Gear, the presenter made the joke regarding a bridge in Thailand, as well as a local Asian man who was crossing the bridge. The word ‘slope’ is considered an ethnic slur and Clarkson’s use of it has resulted in a public outcry from viewers in response to his racist remark.
Jeremy Clarkson has a knack for insulting everyone and everything
It’s not the first time that Clarkson has been called out for insulting someone or another. The presenter seems to lack an internal filter. Here’s just a few examples of past Clarkson-isms.
Date of birth
11th April, 1960
@mainlythecat What would you suggest Richard?
@icerowe It is
@mitchellembrey I despise light aircraft and all those who fly them
RT @StellifyMedia: CONFIRMED: The next series of #WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire starts 17th January 8pm on @ITV! https://t.co/OsVQaiO856
@Martincrayden1 Is that really what you do? Trawl Twitter all day for possible minor infringements.
@JeffSelwood3 Thank you for alerting me to this. Great to see it again.
@BrettReylander June apparently
@shubhankarmuns1 It’s very zoomed
@dougs_cars It means he drove for 20 miles in the outside lane. Tiny tiny penis person
What a monumental cock womble this man is. https://t.co/wey9CDBv1v
@sniffpetrol Let’s kill them
Can I just say how fucking reassuring it is to see the British Army is now involved in vaccine distribution.
@melshaw001 Yes, life is tragic
@cumberchezzy Not lying. Saucing things up.
Dear the newspapers. I didn’t “battle” Covid. I lay on my bed reading a book till it went away
@bredstick @LondonCAG @TheSundayMirror @DailyMirror It is an iniquitous state of affairs.
@KitsonMat How can you be proactive when you don’t know what’s coming next?
@littlebakesni @sej293 Also, it’s the summer in New Zealand.
@rowlsmanthorpe Christ. Your reporting is even worse than theirs
New variant of Covid means new measures are needed. Simple to understand surely.