Jeremy Clarkson Confesses Getting Fired From Top Gear Was His Own Silly Fault

Posted: May 21 2015, 7:01am CDT | by , in Latest TV News


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Jeremy Clarkson Confesses Getting Fired from Top Gear was his Own Silly Fault
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Jeremy Clarkson talks to Chris Evans on his BBC Radio 2 show. A cheery Clarkson confesses that getting fired was his own silly fault.

Former Top Gear host is getting ready for the Top Gear Live World Tour, which has not been canceled despite him getting fired from Top Gear. He appeared on Chris Evan's BBC Radio 2 show today in a quite happy mood.

He did though make some comments about getting fired from Top Gear very the "fracas" with a Top Gear produces. He said that getting fired was his own silly fault and that it has a left a big hole. He was at the BBC for 27 years and 12 years of that doing Top Gear.

Clarkson might be in the happy mood, because he is doing Top Gear like stuff right now. He is working with Hammond and May on new car videos for the Clarkson, Hammond and May Live. The videos will be published here.

Clarkson denies that he has any discussions with Netflix and others on a new car show. Chris Evans tried his best to find out if any new car show is in the works. Looks like there is nothing new coming up and Clarkson is busy with the Top Gear Live.

Top Gear Live are live events in the spirit of Top Gear all over the world. From theatrical arena shows to track based festivals and stand alone motoring stunts the events have all of the on-screen, supercharged excitement of the TV show combined with the exhilarating atmosphere only possible with live events.

The BBC fired Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear back in March.

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