Last Saturday saw Chelsea FC win the Champion’s League for the second time with a score of 1-0 against Manchester City. The match, which took place in Porto, Portugal, had fans being joined by Jeremy Clarkson, a fan of the team himself.
A video was taken by onlookers as Clarkson shouted “f***ing Manks,” as he celebrated alongside other Chelsea fans who were chanting “Oh Jeremy Clarkson” to the tune of Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes.
Clarkson looks right at home in the middle of the crowd as he grabs and hugs the people around him.
Clarkson continues to shout “f***ing Manc b****rds” as he jeers with the crowd, obviously rather drunk.
The Grand Tour presenter was recently spotted filming the next episode of the Amazon car show in Warwickshire alongside Richard Hammond and James May. They caused havoc when their popularity caused streams of traffic to flock to Leamington, causing the public to complain on Twitter.
They were spotted driving three French cars. Richard Hammond was driving a Talbot-Matra Murena, James May a Renault Avantime, and Clarkson was driving a Citroen CX. Later on, Clarkson was then spotted in Beachy Head, Eastbourne, driving a Citroen SM which belongs to Mike Brewer. Brewer said the following:
— Mike Brewer (@mikebrewer) April 27, 2021
We’re unsure as to what they were doing, but they were being followed by a large camera crew, and in Eastbourne, a helicopter, too.
The 3 stars of the popular motoring show, The Grand Tour, were spotted driving around Beachy Head, #Eastbourne this afternoon. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were snapped by Jacek Wyszynski Photography today, during filming for the series in the area. #GrandTour pic.twitter.com/JHtRF0iN5f
— Sussex News – Breaking news for Sussex (@SussexIncidents) April 27, 2021
This Warwickshire special episode will likely be released after the Scotland special episode, which will likely be released later this year.