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Or him or me! Ultimatum’s Matt Le Blanc in Top Gear

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It seems that there are several open conflict within the most famous car program in the world, the British Top Gear. As we all know, the trio skull is moved to Amazon after the dismissal of Jeremy Clarkson motivated by its aggression to one of the helpers of the program.

After a period of uncertainty, Clarkson, May and Hammond, the best-known trio Motorsports programs, begin a new era at Amazon; While Top Gear looked for solutions. The traditional BBC program needed to supplement the output of three presenters and was not worth any expert on cars, in addition to talking cars had to do with humor to keep the dynamics used to date from several years ago.

The team of presenters, finding the head Chris Evans was composed after lots of rumors. It seemed that everything began with good foot while preparing the season, although the numbers of viewers of the first programs have not met expectations.

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Now another problem comes to the BBC and is, supposedly, there are serious differences between Chris Evans and Matt Le Blanc (the famous American actor who played Joey on the mythical Fiends series). According to the Evening Standard, Matt Le Blanc could have requested an ultimatum to the BBC, having stated that it does not continue in the series if Evans became part of the team. The average Evening Standard also has that it would not be the only one who is not happy with the main presenter.

The departure of Le Blanc would not be for nothing simple, because you have a contract for two seasons. Anyway, most of the presenters are “burned” with Evans, the BBC will need to propose any solution. A television program can not reach fruition if its main members and the visible faces are not agree in many respects or, directly, are not spoken.

Meanwhile, surely the trio calavera and especially Jeremy Clarkson, are the sea of happy after these latest news coming from his old job. We could imagine the guffaws, don’t you think?

Source | Carscoops and Evening Standard

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