“It’s not that kind of show,” says Jeremy Clarkson as he bans two people have been banned from ever appearing on Clarkson’s Farm.
Jeremy Clarkson, the host of the programme which has been a hit with viewers, spoke out on Twitter after season two was greenlit.
Clarkson, who is also a presenter on The Grand Tour, announced news of the second series of the Amazon Prime show last week.
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Birmingham Live reports, he told fans: “All the team are back – Cheerful Charlie, Lisa, Gerald, and the foetus in a tractor.”
However, he said: “Not in a million years,” after one Twitter user asked: “Can we get a cameo from @RichardHammond and Captain Slow?”
Jeremy later added: “It’s not that kind of show.”
Another fan of the show wrote: “It really is some of your best work. A “human” side of you has been revealed without fanfare or fluff! Can’t wait for the second series. Did Leonardo (the man-sheep) get a new mate? Is he ok??”
Jeremy Clarkson on Diddly Squat Farm
(Image: Amazon Prime)
And another commented: “Said it before and I’ll say it again. You have done a fantastic job of drawing attention to our industry and we owe you a massive thanks for doing so.”
“My wife and I went there last week as part of our holiday from Blackpool as we were staying in Bourton-on-the-Water. Unfortunately, the shop was closed but my son was really chuffed we got this photo as he and his friends loved the first series” said another.
Another fan commented: “It’s good because you show humility, empathy and a genuine love for what you’re doing. It looks like you had a light bulb moment and realised what really matters in life. Surrounding yourself with normal people who don’t care who you are is great for you too.”
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