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Jeremy Clarkson Put In Place By Kaleb Cooper For Clarkson’s Farm Blunder “Dreading Coming Back To Your Mess”

Jeremy Clarkson shared to his Instagram followers, his latest Clarkson’s Farm mishap with a photo of a lorry with a pile of grain on the ground next to it. Clarkson’s co-star Kaleb Cooper, commented on the photo in his usual fashion of telling the Grand Tour host off for his incompetence.

Clarkson shared the photo with the caption:

“Missed. F**k”

 

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Clarkson has been sharing his farming journey on Prime Video’s Clarkson’s Farm. The first series was an instant hit with fans loving to see Clarkson doing something completely different to what we are used to seeing him do, and finding it quite hard. Cooper very quickly became a fan favourite for his hilarious way of putting Clarkson in his place and not being afraid to say it how it is. Which is exactly what he has done on Clarkson’s Instagram post. Cooper commented:

“The farm and yourself need me back to work asap! I’m dreading coming back to your mess”

Fans are waiting for the release of the second series which a source close to production has said will be released between January and March 2023. On top of that, Prime Video have just announced that there will be a third series of the show, which fans are very excited about.

Dan Grabiner, Amazon Studios’ head of UK Originals, has confirmed who will be returning for season two. He said:

“We’re just going into the edit now and it’s looking very good. More Kaleb Cooper, more Gerald. You can understand a little bit more of Gerald this time. I think maybe every season, you’ll understand a few more words of Gerald. It’s going very, very well. And also it’s just great to see someone like Kaleb, he had never been on television before.

“He’s an authentic – he was the tractor driver who happened to work nearby the farm. And I think it just shows you that new talent, particularly that sort of expert, authentic talent can just explode with the right vehicle and the right approach to the show. So I think observing his rise has been really an exciting part of that show.”