• Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? amputee contestant reveals where he lost his leg in bizarre question coincidence
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    Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? amputee contestant reveals where he lost his leg in bizarre question coincidence

    This contestant had an amazing connection to the question that came up.

  • Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? contestant IGNORES husband's advice and loses £31,000
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    Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? contestant IGNORES husband's advice and loses £31,000

    Another night, another wrong answer on WWTBAM?.

  • Fans divided over Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? 'ask the host' lifeline
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    Fans divided over Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? 'ask the host' lifeline

    Is the fourth lifeline a good thing?

  • Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is back on ITV and there are new rules
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    Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is back on ITV and there are new rules

    The show's back but with a few new additions.

  • Jeremy Clarkson confirmed as new Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host
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    Jeremy Clarkson confirmed as new Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host

    The news has been confirmed by the man himself.

  • Jeremy Clarkson lined up as new Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? host
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    Jeremy Clarkson lined up as new Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? host

    Chris Tarrant's successor has allegedly been found.

  • Jeremy Clarkson blasts plans to publish BBC salaries
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    Jeremy Clarkson blasts plans to publish BBC salaries

    Despite leaving the BBC under a rather dark cloud back last year, Jeremy Clarkson has come to the defence of the corporation, branding plans to reveal the wages of stars who earn over £150k “disgusting.” Under new government orders, the Beeb will be forced to publish details of its big earners in a bid to improve transparency - but the former Top Gear host thinks we’re all waaaay to obsessed with money. “It’s Tony Hall’s job, as the director general [of the BBC], to say, ‘We’re going to pay that person that much,’ and if we trust Tony Hall, and we must, because he’s the director general, then you trust him to be doing a good job.

  • Sir David Attenborough says BBC wrong to sack Clarkson
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    Sir David Attenborough says BBC wrong to sack Clarkson

    Has all that time hanging out with mountain gorillas gone to Sir David Attenborough’s head? The veteran broadcaster has belatedly waded into the BBC Top Gear row, and reckons the Beeb was totally wrong to sack presenter Jeremy Clarkson. The 90-year-old national treasure, who was once BBC 2’s controller, reckons Clarkson’s anti-establishment schtick was healthy for the corporation. “I regret letting Clarkson go, because it’s very good to have a voice that’s anti-establishment, or so profoundly anti-establishment,” he told the Radio Times.

  • James May nearly died filming 'The Grand Tour'
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    James May nearly died filming 'The Grand Tour'

    It’s safe to say that the beginning of 2016 was dominated with reports that the new version of Top Gear, fronted by Chris Evans, was facing new struggles and setbacks on what seemed to be a daily basis. Now it has been revealed that original Top Gear trio, Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, weren’t having a much smoother ride whilst filming their new car programme, The Grand Tour, with it being revealed that May almost died during film. Speaking about his close encounter, James explained: “I thought I would drown.

  • Jeremy Clarkson says his success ‘gives men hope’
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    Jeremy Clarkson says his success ‘gives men hope’

    According to Jeremy Clarkson, it’s because it made all those balding, middle-aged blokes watching at home feel better about their bad teeth expanding waistlines. “What worries me most is that everyone is expecting Avengers Assemble, that people think we’ve made something between the new Star Wars movie and Iron Man. “It is just three middle-aged men doing what they’ve always done – drive cars around corners, shout, fall over, belittle each other, bicker.

  • How much do top (and not so top) celebrities charge for appearances?
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    How much do top (and not so top) celebrities charge for appearances?

    If you want your favourite celebrity to pitch up for your special event, it can be arranged. For a price, of course. (Image credits: AP/PA/AFP/Rex Features/Getty/ITV )

  • LeBlanc had no idea about Chris Evans' Top Gear exit
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    LeBlanc had no idea about Chris Evans' Top Gear exit

    You’d think that Matt LeBlanc would be the first person to find out he’s got to shoulder the responsibility for the ailing Top Gear brand on his own, wouldn’t you? Since Evans’ departure, LeBlanc has been brought back to present the next series of the show – after many fans decided he was one of the few good things about the show’s post-Clarkson reboot.

  • The Forgotten Presenters Of Top Gear
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    The Forgotten Presenters Of Top Gear

    Clarkson, May and Hammond might have honed ‘Top Gear’ into its most iconic jeans-wearing, Mexican-baiting, bloke-bantz format, but what about those whose tenure has been less celebrated? Image credits: Rex Features/YouTube/BBC

  • Why Is The New Top Gear Getting So Much Bad Publicity?
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    Why Is The New Top Gear Getting So Much Bad Publicity?

    You’d be forgiven for thinking that Chris Evans’ new series of ‘Top Gear’ is set to be the most controversial programme to ever grace your TV, judging by the almost daily stories emerging about its supposedly 'troubled’ route to our living rooms. You either love Chris Evans or you hate him. Feeding into the whole marmite business is the fact that Evans is being accused of bullying – exactly what Jeremy Clarkson was fired for, which makes for a bit of a perfect storm in terms of tabloid column inches.

  • Chris Evans Blasts Previous Top Gear Hosts As ‘George, Bungle And Zippy’
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    Chris Evans Blasts Previous Top Gear Hosts As ‘George, Bungle And Zippy’

    Evans, 49, branded predecessors Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond as comparable to ‘Zippy, Bungle and George’ – characters from kids’ series Rainbow – in a rant defending his version of the programme. The DJ, above filming the new series, added in his Mail On Sunday column he planned to rename Top Gear That Car Show if Clarkson and Co had kept the old title. It’s been reported Evans has been so dictatorial in the lead up to the launch of the new Top Gear his behavior was the reason for the early exits of producer Lisa Clark and script editor Tom Ford.

  • Jeremy Clarkson Gets ‘Pulled Over By Police’ As Matt LeBlanc Joins Top Gear
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    Jeremy Clarkson Gets ‘Pulled Over By Police’ As Matt LeBlanc Joins Top Gear

    Thousands of social media users utilized their 140 characters to congratulate Matt LeBlanc as news broke yesterday that he was joining BBC’s Top Gear – but former presenter Jeremy Clarkson ignored the trend. In fact, while Matt LeBlanc and the Top Gear team celebrated with a round of drinks, Jeremy Clarkson was rubbing shoulders with… the police. The 55-year old shared a photo on Twitter of a car pulled over, while officers appeared to take the drivers details.

  • Chris Evans: ‘Top Gear Atmosphere Was Like Armageddon When I Joined’
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    Chris Evans: ‘Top Gear Atmosphere Was Like Armageddon When I Joined’

    There’s no denying that Top Gear bosses had quite a difficult 2015 when their hit BBC Two programme was thrown into chaos after host Jeremy Clarkson reportedly punched a producer in the face following a “fracas” over a cold meat platter. With the Beeb left with no choice but to sack the star, co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May also left and producers had to find themselves a brand new host to carry the show. 49-year-old Chris Evans was the lucky one to nab the prestigious role, and now he admits that when he first joined Top Gear the atmosphere in the office “felt like Armageddon”.

  • Jeremy Clarkson Producer To Sue For ‘Racial Discrimination’
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    Jeremy Clarkson Producer To Sue For ‘Racial Discrimination’

    The producer at the centre of the Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear dismissal is planning to sue the presenter ‘for racial discrimination’ according to new reports. Copyright: [Wenn] The TV host’s lawyers today attended hearing with Oisin Tymon’s legal team at a London employment tribunal. Jeremy is believed to have called Oisin Tymon a ‘lazy Irish c***’ before he launched the unproved attack. I’m going to make sure you will not have a job.” Copyright: [Wenn] Paul Daniels, an employment lawyer at Slater and Gordon admitted recently: “We are assisting Oisin Tymon in relation to ­incidents occurring during his ­employment with the BBC.