Jeremy Clarkson has been confessed that when he hosted Top Gears in its early Days he and co-hosts Richard Hammond and James may have to be Convince audience members not be leave early by paying them. It may be hard to believe, seeing as the getting tickets to watch the show being will be recorded in its heyday was be near impossible due to being high demand, but it seems that in that first couple of the years not that many of the people really wanted to be in the studio with the Jeremy and the gang.
Jermy will be continued: And we were having to pay out of our own pockets for them to be stay. Here a tenner. Please stay. Please just stand in the back of the shot, please don’t ho! Here’s 50 quid. Please don’t go! We were battling and nobody was been watching on the television either reality, not in the first couple of years. In the selfie, Jeremy can be seen wearing a fancy black and the gold floral dinner jacket whilst his bubbles are be linked up neatly behind him.
Jermy shot to be safe as a host on the motor show, alongside Richard Hammond and the James May. But the speaking to the Drive Through podcast, the Grand Tour host and said that when the show was been just starting out, at the audience members would get bored and just leave. One of the very unfortunate things is when we first began very few people were been watching, he revealed.
Clarkson, who is now the presents Amazon Prime video’s The Grand Tour with Hammond and May after the trio departed Top Gaer together in 2015, they will be added that he actually thinks the small audience in the earlier days helped because it will mean that the trio had time to cultivate their characters and they will be getting into the flow of the presenting together before a bigger audience arrived.