Is that who that was - I always fastforward through that part and wondered who the hell he was then decided it was probably another crap pop star which turned out to be correct!A piece of me died when that tool Olly Murs became the fastest 'star in a reasonably priced car'.
Isn't that where clarkson lives?
I think I noticed the headline on the back page of the paper one of them was reading in the garden centre, this was filmed the day after we lost to Uruguay in the World Cup!!!Nah, he lives in a village about 2 miles away. David Cameron lives about 7 miles away and Rebecca Brooks doesn't even live here. Alex James is 4 miles away in another village.
The media will have you believe they all live in Chipping Norton though.
So what you're effectively saying is that success and shite are mutually exclusive. I'm not sure I buy that.
Most of the so-called 'stars' are just there to plug their latest album/movie/whatever though and makes the whole thing all a bit false. I used to watch it tbh, but I don't see the point in it now and flick through it even if there is someone I really like on it.I don't really care to be honest, the fact is tho you didn't watch or like his bit because you don't like his music.. It's not really like he has other interests. I mean fancy a guy who loves cars going on a show about cars driving a car.
I don't really care to be honest, the fact is tho you didn't watch or like his bit because you don't like his music.. It's not really like he has other interests. I mean fancy a guy who loves cars going on a show about cars driving a car.
The BBC are simply trying to show they have teeth. It will probably be back on within a few weeks after the investigation comes back inconclusive or concludes that they were both at fault etc etc. Clarkson earns them millions, I really can't see him being sacked. Top Gear might have been a bit shit for years, but without him it wouldn't work at all, and there is no way the BBC will be dropping it permanently any time soon.
As for the FB page, looking at some of those comments, I'm surprised they have enough intelligence to use a keyboard or a mobile phone.
Apparently he's refusing the rejoin anyway. Dunno if that's dummy spitting or whether he means it. If he's gone then I guess Top Gear will either be cancelled our peter out of prominence Never Mind the Buzzcocks-style. I have to wonder though, what will fill the weekly entertainment void for red meat men? I'm enjoying this much more than I could enjoy an episode of Top Gear anyway.
Those online campaigns are class. The Reinstate page made this one up themselves.