Clarkson Would Love Donald Trump On The Grand Tour So He Could Be ‘Killed Off’

While The Grand Tour has received rave reviews since its premiere, becoming one of the most highly rated shows ever, there’s one segment that has raised a few eyebrows, ‘Celebrity Brain Crush’.

While it may have been funny on the first episode where a number of celebrities were ‘killed off’ before they were interviewed, it reappearance in the second show was a disappointment.

Nevertheless, it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon with lead host Jeremy Clarkson recently saying he’d love to have Donald Trump on the segment, just so he could stage his death.

While speaking with Business Insider at the launch of Drive Tribe, Clarkson said “God yes” when asked about Trump appearing on the show.

“Have you seen what we’re doing with everybody? There’s some very amusing ways [we’d kill Trump off]. We live in interesting times,” he said.

Despite Clarkson’s eagerness to fake the death of Trump, it seems very unlikely the show will get an impersonator of the President-elect just to kill him off, particularly given the show’s new focus on American viewership.

In an ideal world, we’d like to see the segment scrapped entirely. Let’s wait and see if it re-emerges in episode 3.


  • Tumbi Mtika

    Oh CRAP!!! I didn’t see Ep. 2! I had a turkey hangover.

    • thunder bolt

      Afrikan actress got her belly split open by wild animal, very gruesome.

      • Tumbi Mtika

        eughh… I think I’ll skip that part…

    • Rubbish

      It was disappointing, IMO, Ep 1 was much better (but still not great)…. seemed to move away from cars and do some rubbish terrorist exercise…

    • rover10

      Let’s hope episode 3 improves on the previous ones! So far it’s all a bit forced and contrived.Why didn’t they just continue as before with car based adventures, and quick but watchable vehicle tests. The banter is still golden, but I wish they would stop the sketch show antics, and other nonsense.

      • Tumbi Mtika

        That is true.

  • Callanish

    Actually the annoying stereotypical redneck Stig making dumbass remarks about foreign cars has been the low point for me.

    • BqWsRe

      The Brits are a racist, classiest, arrogant bunch…

  • gary4205

    The United States Secret Service might want to have a talk with this idiot.

    While I am no fan of Trump, in any way shape or form, we take a dim view of even the suggestion of killing our President or the president-elect. Enough so the authorities will get involved.

    We don’t joke about this.

    • thunder bolt

      very true, it applies to the current president as well, no joking matter.

    • Vassilis

      You don’t. We do.

    • BqWsRe

      President-elect Trump got the last laugh. Those who laugh last, laugh the hardest.

      • Enter Ranting

        We’re nowhere close to the last laugh. In the meantime, Drumpf is filling the un-drained swamp with diarrhea.

  • smartacus

    Clarkson had stated on his show once before “I’VE BEEN KlLLED I’VE DEFINITELY BEEN KlLLED”

    i wouldn’t be surprised if he didn’t die in one of the episodes.

  • BqWsRe

    I love hearing the left-wingers whine and cry about Donald Trump being elected President and bringing in the largest Republican majority in ALL branches of government. Those so called “smart people” got beat by Donald Trump.

    Meanwhile, President-elect Trump just saved 1,000 Carrier Corporation jobs in Indiana for the common man…

    • Enter Ranting

      …by giving Carrier big taxpayer funded incentives. You think Drumpf just talked them into it?

    • Status

      You think corporations care about the common man? They care about the money. That’s it. Whatever feelings you think a corporation has for you is an unhealthy emotional attachment you have.

  • FromTheBackSeat

    Honestly, I think that Trump dying as he is about to be a guest on The Grand Tour would play well on both ends of the political spectrum, depending on how they did it. I think even Trumps most feverant fans would get a laugh at him being “killed” if it was done in an ironic/funny way.

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