Jeremy Clarkson Expects to Be Fired, Says BBC is 'Fucked'

Stephen Elmer
by Stephen Elmer

Jeremy Clarkson doesn’t think things are going to end well with the BBC.

The famous TV presenter was speaking at a charity event in London, where he was auctioning off a lap of the Top Gear test track with himself behind the wheel. “I’ll do one last lap, before the fucking bastards sack me,” said Clarkson. “The BBC has fucked themselves. It was a great show and they fucked up,” he said. Clarkson also pointed out that there is an 18-year waiting list to be part of the Top Gear studio audience.

SEE ALSO: Petition to Reinstate Jeremy Clarkson Hits 1 Million Signatures

The BBC is currently investigating the incident that got Clarkson suspended and their findings will be released next week. Clarkson apparently assaulted a producer of the show over a catering issue.

Public outcry over the issue has been large, with an online petition to reinstate Jeremy Clarkson hitting 1 million signatures on Friday.

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Stephen Elmer
Stephen Elmer

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  • Mohanam Mohanam on Mar 23, 2015

    jeremy needs a break; so too the audience

  • Craig Cole Craig Cole on Mar 23, 2015

    This is a difficult situation. On the one hand Jezza should be punished for getting physical with a producer but on the other how do you just CANCEL one of the greatest, most popular television shows in the world? Personally I find much of Clarkson's risque commentary and behavior to be an act -- like he's just playing a role -- but who knows if that's how he actually feels ...

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