In light of all the controversy surrounding Jeremy Clarkson and the rest of the Top Gear team, the BBC offered both James May and Richard Hammond the chance to film their own studio links for the rest of the un-broadcasted shows in order for them to be shown whilst Jeremy remains suspended.
However, in an act of selflessness and friendship, James and Richard turned down the offer, stating that they would not film anything without Jeremy being part of the team again.
“They didn’t want to do it without Jeremy so the talks didn’t get off the ground. There is a feeling that it is all of them or none of them.” –BBC Source
This is good news for fans of the show worldwide who believe Top Gear would never be the same without the trio back together again.
After the ‘fracas’ involving a hot meal, Clarkson was immediately suspended by the BBC and now his fate is up to Tony Hall, Director General of the BBC.
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