Ok so now we know that Chris Evans has taken over from Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear it is time to think of who is going to accompany him on the show. Who is there who can step into the shoes of Hamster and Captain Slow and continue the show leaving as little upset as possible? Forget Adrian Chiles he is shit, Steve Coogan couldn’t be taken seriously behind a wheel while some idiots have even suggested Boris Johnson. For me there is only one person and that is Vicki Butler-Henderson.
Jammy Toast favourite, Jeremy Clarkson gave his first interview since leaving the BBC this morning and straight away the odds on him returning to present Top Gear have been slashed. The drop is in response to hints he dropped while doing the interview. Now the odds of Clarkson returning to the show before the end of next year have tumbled from 10/1 to 2/1 by Ladbrokes. Ahead of the first night of the Top Gear tour, the bookies are also offering 12/1 that he exclusively breaks news of his BBC comeback on stage in Belfast over the weekend.
Good news for Top Gear fans as Richard Hammond has said he will not be quitting his mates following the show’s ‘fracas’. The TV star took to Twitter to address rumours that he had quit the BBC show after Jeremy Clarkson was sacked for hitting a producer. He wrote; “To be clear amidst all this talk of us ‘quitting’ or not: there’s nothing for me to ‘quit’. Not about to quit my mates anyway.” The tweet suggests the trio are planning future projects together – which will not be Top Gear. It comes after he was pictured with his Top Gear co-stars James May and Jeremy yesterday.
Ok so now we know that Jeremy Clarkson has been sacked from Top Gear it is time to think of his predecessor. Who is there who can step into his shoes and continue the show leaving as little upset as possible? Forget Chris Evens, Adrian Chiles is shit, Steve Coogan couldn’t be taken seriously behind a wheel while some idiots have even suggested Boris Johnson. For me there is only one person and that is Vicki Butler-Henderson.
First Jeremy Clarkson pissed us off for attacking Scousers, then he was suspended by the BBC for punching a producer and now they have decided to sack him. His contract will not be renewed after his “unprovoked physical attack” on a Top Gear producer, the BBC’s director general has confirmed. Tony Hall said he had “not taken this decision lightly” and recognised it would “divide opinion”. However, he added “a line has been crossed” and he “cannot condone what has happened on this occasion”. While we will miss Jeremy on Top Gear here at Jammy Toast we have to agree with the decision – he has acted like a “dick” lately and hopefully this decision will act as the wake-up call he needs.
As we all know, the Bears love watching telly – some might say they are daytime telly addicts. One of their favourite programmes is the BBC’s Top Gear with Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond and The Stig. The four of them present a very light-hearted look at the motor industry and cars in general. The show is in its seventeenth series and is one of BBC Two’s most popular programmes. It has been acclaimed for the style of presentation, as well as being criticised for its many controversial comments made by presenters.
The Bears love watching Top Gear, the motoring programme that pokes fun at just about every aspect of sensible driving. It is a bit of fun on a Sunday evening when stars come and race in rubbish cars and the presenters get to play with very expensive cars that most people can only dream of one day driving. Then the highlight of the show is to let The Stig loose on the best cars and see how fast he can get them around their racetrack.
Here at The Bear Sanctuary we love watching motorsports and enjoy watching motoring programmes. Sunday often sees The Bears sitting around the telly to watch the Grand Prix and later on we love watching Top Gear to see what trouble Jeremy & Co are getting into. Has he called Gordon Brown “a one eyed Scottish idiot” again or upset the Morris Allegro Owners Club by criticising their beloved motors.
The Bears read the Daily Mirror most days and I know that other newspapers are the same concerning celebrities. Sometimes it seems like the press hate that people are stars and ordinary people in the street are interested in their lives. The press seem to enjoy building unknowns into stars just so that they can knock them down again once they become famous.