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The Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson, 60, instructed his 2.8 million Instagram followers to join him in for a “worthy cause” as he reunites with James May, 57, and Richard Hammond, 50. The former Top Gear host announced the trio will be taking part in a general knowledge quiz tonight.
Speaking in a short video clip, Jeremy asked fans to join the car-enthusiasts for a virtual quiz night on their YouTube channel Drive Tribe.
The small-screen star captioned the post: “Hammond May and I are raising food for the Felix Project. Join us.”
In the clip, he said: “At 7.30pm this evening, Hammond, May and me from The Grand Tour will be hoping to raise some money for a worthy cause.
“We’re hosting a well thought out, carefully constructed general knowledge quiz on YouTube.”
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Jeremy went on: “If you want to take part and I hope you do, head on over to the Drive Tribe Instagram account and click on the link in the bio. Whatever the bio is.
“I hope that makes sense and we shall see you later on.”
It didn’t take long for fans to flock to the comment section as they shared their excitement for the quiz night.
One person commented: “Clarkson I’ll be there.”
Another person remarked: “Nice to see the magnificent three again.”
A third person gushed: “I miss you guys. You are the greatest trio the world has ever scene “
However, it didn’t take long for fans to quiz Jeremy on the return of The Grand Tour.
One person commented: “Will you be doing more episodes of The Grand Tour. I love it. I really hope you do.”
Another person quizzed: “Where’s the next series?”
The Grand Tour season four has been eagerly-anticipated amongst fans and was last seen in December of last year with its first episode of the season.
The first episode of season four kicked off with the team sailing boats in Vietnam; titled Seamen.
Since then, viewers have been awaiting the next episode of the season, which was previously announced to be taking place in Madagascar.
Speaking on various virtual pub quizzes over the past few months, Jeremy announced the filming for episode two had been concluded, but the editing still had to be finished.
This responsibility came down to producer Andy Wilman, who unfortunately was hit by the coronavirus.
In a video call with Jeremy last month, Andy explained he “had the plague” whilst referring to coronavirus, and called it “the worst thing he’d ever had”.
Since then, Jeremy explained in a column for The Sun that Andy was “still feeling the side effects” of the disease, six weeks after recovering from it, claiming that he seemed to have contracted the virus for a second time.
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