“Happy Christmas, Kaleb,” Jeremy says to the camera. “We’re listening to our tune.”
He then begins to recite the lyrics of the legendary song before the singing kicks in:
“Out here in the fields, I fight for my meals, I get my back into my living,” he says while pointing at the camera and looking rather drunk.
Pete Townsend’s vocals then echo out from the background as Jeremy begins to sing along in what can only be described as an epic tribute to his farm manager and star Kaleb.
Clarkson’s Farm has been confirmed for a second series to be released sometime in 2022, but fans will be sad to hear that Diddly Squat Farm will be shut over January and February for an unknown reason. We can’t wait to see what’s going on behind the scenes.