. Co-Presenters Refuse To Continue Without Clarkson
The embattled BBC TopGear presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, who was recently suspended for allegedly punching his producer, has lampooned the BBC management for disrupting BBC TopGear, describing them as ‘f-king bastards’.
Speaking last week at a charity event held in North London, Clarkson, who suggested that he was about to be sacked, lamented that British Broadcasting Corporation(BBC) had in his opinion, messed up one of the greatest and most popular shows on earth.
“It was a great show”, he grieved, “And they f—ed it up”.
As part of the programmes of the Charity event, Clarkson offered to drive winners round BBC test track for the last time before what his sack. And I will drive somebody around in whatever I can get hold of, it’s probably going to be an Austin Maestro. So who know? But anyway, we will do one last lap of the Top Gear test drive”.
Clarkson claimed that there was already an 18-year waiting list to be in the audience of ‘Top Gear’
“But the BBC has f—ed themselves,” he slurred. “It was a great show and they’ve f—ed it up. Tonight’s the night when you have the opportunity… I’ll be a bit tearful when I do it, but f— it, let’s do it..”
Meanwhile, an unnamed source revealed to Daily Mirror that an attempt by the BBC management to record and produce the final three episodes of the programme for the on-going season without Jeremy Clarkson has failed, as his co-presenters, James May and Richard Hammond refused to be part of the programme without their embattled colleague and friend.
In a recent development, Clarkson has said all the comments he made last were jokes meant to enhance fundraising by the charity.