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Jeremy Clarkson Announces End To Grand Tour Filming With Hilarious Video

The Grand Tour has been filming around Central Europe for two weeks, but over the weekend, Jeremy Clarkson announced to his Instagram followers that the filming has now come to an end. He did this through a couple of hilarious videos that show the Grand Tour team celebrating their travels.

“Mr Wilman. A wrap,” Clarkson wrote alongside a video of executive producer Andy Wilman enjoying a beer and playing air guitar Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’. Watching this video, I know exactly why The Grand Tour, and previously Top Gear, works so well with Clarkson, Wilman, Richard Hammond, and James May behind the wheel.

 

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He posted another video from a little further into the evening. James May is likely a few bottle in of his Asian Parsnip Navy Strength judging by his face as the camera swoops by him, and Hammond can also be seen with a gin and tonic in-hand. Wilman has put down his air guitar and is now sat on his phone.

 

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The next day, Jeremy posted a photo of himself and Andy Wilman flying privately back to England.

 

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The Grand Tour passed through a number of countries on this most recent stint of filming after landing in Gdansk, Poland, eventually making their way down to Slovenia.

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