Got the blues? Jeremy Clarkson cuts a very gloomy figure while sitting in the crowd at the Chelsea game wearing a hat from his Diddly Squat farm merchandise
Jeremy Clarkson cut a very gloomy figure as he sat in the crowd from Saturday’s Chelsea soccer game, wearing a hat from his Diddly Squat Farm merchandise.
The Grand Tour star, 61, looked far from impressed when he watched London The team faces Southampton at Stamford Bridge, where the Blues won 3-1.
But that wasn’t enough to put a smile on the face of a lifelong Chelsea fan as he sat gloomyly in the midst of a crowd of other fans.
Why is this blue? Jeremy Clarkson cut a very gloomy figure as he sat in the midst of the Chelsea football crowd on Saturday, wearing a hat from his Diddly Squat Farm merchandise.
Against the cold London weather, Jeremy wore a dark, turbulent jacket, worn in a navy shirt, with his light-hearted look topped with a Diddy Squat Farm Shop beanie.
The former Top Gear star acquired a 1,000-acre farm in Oxfordshire in 2008, but has only been managing it for the past two years, with his exploits documented in the Amazon Prime Clarkson’s Farm series.
Jeremy’s somber expression could be the reason he continues to get angry after Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway pranked him using environmental actors to dump three tons of mushroom compost on top of his car.
Not happy: The Grand Tour star, 61, looked far from impressed when he watched the London side take on Southampton at Stamford Bridge, as the Blues took a 3-1 win
Jeremy became the latest victim of the TV duo when they filmed his stunning reaction at the star’s Diddly Squat farm in Chadlington, Oxfordshire – where the posing as protesters cheered, waved signs and held up a sign that said: ‘Soil has a feel, Clarkson doesn’t. “.
Today, the police confirmed that they did not take any action because it was a prank that was filmed for the TV show.
Jeremy arrived at the farm on Tuesday morning with his partner Lisa Hogan to speak to the so-called protesters, who have painted his ranch shop with graffiti reading “Save our Earth, Save the Earth.”
Latest Project: The former Top Gear star acquired a 1,000-acre farm in Oxfordshire in 2008 but has only been managing it for the past two years, with his exploits documented in Amazon Prime Clarkson’s Farm series
The stunned star looked on as manure was dumped all over the glossy dark green Range Rover by a man driving a backhoe wearing a dark hat and mask.
Another actor can be seen on the roof of the car pitting him to scream and raise his fist in the air while one leans out to help guide the excavator towards his target.
When a torrent of mushroom compost landed on the car, Jeremy turned around briefly to talk to his partner.
Oh dear: Jeremy’s somber expression may still be because of him after Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway pranked him using eco-mob actors to dump three tons of mushroom compost over his car
Seconds later, the star went to his Range Rover with one hand in his pocket and bent down to pick up a piece of what had been thrown for examination, and immediately threw it back onto the pile.
An ITV source said: “Ant and Dec have been targeting Jeremy for years, it’s a huge coup for them. The protesters were all actors and did a great job pranking him – he had no idea.
Ants and Dec were at the site dressed as part of the mob. They can’t believe things have gone so well.
WOW: Jeremy appeared completely silent due to the events on the farm when he arrived Tuesday morning with his partner Lisa Hogan.
Shock: The former Top Gear host stood next to a police patrol car seemingly unable to comprehend what was going on on his farm. The joke was eventually revealed after the star appeared to have fallen for the joke