It seems there aren't many news cycles that go by without a celebrity being accused of cheating on their spouse. But for some reason, when Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson is alleged to have been caught making out with a production assistant on the Top Gear World Tour, he gets a £1 million ($1.64M U.S.) offer to be the spokesperson for an adultery website.
Top Gear World Tour
While Top Gear spin-offs are planned for Australia and the U.S., it seems that the same people that put on the MPH show abroad will be bringing the "spills and thrills" of Top Gear to 15 countries around the world. The locations and dates aren't set yet, but since the BBC was specific that Clarkson, May and Hammond would only be appearing during the British leg of the show, don't expect to see your three favorite motoring presenters here in the States anytime soon.
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