Jeremy Clarkson: “The retirement from ‘Top Gear’ left a big hole in my life”. The legendary “Top Gear’s” host Jeremy Clarkson feels broken after the loud scandal with the producer and leaving the show.
Jeremy Clarkson: “The retirement from ‘Top Gear’ left a big hole in my life”.
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The legendary “Top Gear’s” host Jeremy Clarkson feels broken after the loud scandal with the producer and leaving the show.
He shared his feelings on the BBC Radio interview with Chris Evans. At the beginning of March, during the production of the new issue of “Top Gear”, Jeremy had the conflict with Oisin Tymon, after which, Oisin got hospitalized. As the medical report says, Tymon got a broken lip, and after the internal investigation was finished, the BBC announced an uncompromising verdict: the contract between Top Gear team and Jeremy Clarkson could no longer be extended.
Now the famous TV-host spends his time playing tennis.
I’ve made a great progress in training my forearm
– says Jeremy.
Clarkson says, Top Gear was not only the show for him, but the real child to care for. Fans all over the world had signed the petition, asking BBC to get Jeremy back to their favorite program. However, the BBC’s director Tony Hall was hard as a rock in Jeremy’s question, noticing that the border was crossed far enough. It was also announced already that Top Gear would continue broadcasting with new presenters.
As for Jeremy’s plans for the future, he denied all the propositions from outsiders that were made to him and his ex-Top Gear’s team. Instead, Clarkson is going to join his ex co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May in their “poorly organized world tour”, aiming to create their own film for big screens.