Jeremy Clarkson: ‘Makes no sense’ The Grand Tour host speaks out on new Amazon show

Jeremy Clarkson fans will see the star in a very different role as the presenter is featuring in a new Amazon Prime series based on farming.

The 59-year-old announced the news back in May, and now the star has cleared up the name of the programme.

Jeremy denied the show will be called “I bought a farm” as he spoke out on Twitter about the rumours.

“Dear the newspapers,” he wrote.

That makes no sense

Jeremy Clarkson

“Contrary to what you think, the Amazon series I’m making is not called ‘I bought A farm’.”

Jeremy added: “Because that makes no sense.”

Many of 7.2 million Twitter followers responded with some wanting more information.

One wrote: “But *did* you buy a farm? The people demand answers.”

Another joked: “I’s actually ‘I bought a farm and turned it into a racetrack!’”

A third interested fan commented: “I’d watch it… Just saying.”

Earlier this year, Jeremy said the show will investigate the challenges facing farmers across the UK and dwindling food supplies.

Explaining the show in more detail, he said: “This is not Kate Humble – much as I like Kate Humble – with 20 acres, bottle-feeding a lamb.

“Or a TV presenter who grows veg in his back garden. This is actual farming. Life, death and form filling.”

The host added: “We’re not making Countryfile. We’ll be showing it warts and all.

“For example, I have no view on badger culling in terms of whether it’s necessary, but if it’s happening, we will not shy away from putting it in the programme.”

The presenter went on to explain how the show will focus on food-supply shortages and explained how humans have “just 90 years before we run out of food”.

Meanwhile, a fan recently quizzed Jeremy on when the next season of The Grand Tour will hit Amazon Prime.

One person tweeted the former Top Gear presenter: “@JeremyClarkson when will you be back doing those great specials with the boys again…”

Jeremy revealed they have already wrapped up on one special and have more in the pipeline.

The host replied: “Filmed one already. Writing the second and that will be shot in November. Editing, as always, is what takes the time.”

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