Jeremy Clarkson is still going to do his Top Gear tour – just with a different name

Richard Hammond and James May will join him

Jeremy Clarkson

by Rosie Gizauskas |
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Sacked presenter Jeremy Clarkson is honouring tickets sold for a Top Gear tour – but he’s changing the name.

This way the gigs won’t have to be cancelled, and fans will still get to see Jeremy on stage with his sidekicks Richard Hammond and James May.

The tour is going to be renamed *Clarkson, Hammond and May Live *and no BBC branding or content will be displayed.

A spokesperson said: "The fans are the most important people to Jeremy, Richard and James so we're delighted to be able to say 'we're still coming'. We're sure it'll be something you won't want to miss."

It’s not yet known for sure if Richard and James are to carry on with Top Gear after their contracts expired.

Richard tweeted: “Gutted at such a sad end to an era. We're all three of us idiots in our different ways but it's been an incredible ride together.”

Sounds like he might be out, then – but we’ll find out for sure soon enough.

And you can just IMAGINE the amount of jokes the guys will be making on stage at the Beeb’s expense if Richard and James bow out too? They’re going to have a FIELD DAY.

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