Richard Hammond slams Top Gear co-star James May for ‘ruining’ new move: ‘You total a**e’

6/12/2020 11:57:00 PM

Richard Hammond slams Top Gear co-star James May for ‘ruining’ new move ‘You total a**e’

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Richard Hammond slams Top Gear co-star James May for ‘ruining’ new move ‘You total a**e’

RICHARD HAMMOND - who is best known for starring in Top Gear - has slammed his co-star James May for an epic blunder which threatened to 'ruin' their new move together during the coronavirus lockdown, as the presenter branded The Grand Tour presenter a 'total a**e'.

The Grand Tour , James May, 57, for “ruining” their new venture into cocktail making in celebration of World Gin Day, which takes place tomorrow.Jeremy went on to discuss:"But there comes a time after 15 or 16 years when actually, you've done everything.There are still Brits "who don't think slavery was really a bad thing" and misunderstand colonialism as about helping people out, an author has said.Stocks fell sharply Thursday on Wall Street as coronavirus cases in the US increased again, deflating recent optimism for a quick economic recovery and raising more doubts about how long the market’s scorching comeback can last, AP reports.

The pair appeared together over a live video call on FoodTribe’s YouTube channel, which was established by the duo and their fellow co-host Jeremy Clarkson, 60. Trending Although the presenters seemed excited to try out a new skill in lockdown, they quickly encountered an issue when Richard realised James had dismantled the blender he needed to use to prepare their selection of beverages in order to send it to him in the post. "We started to realise guests are always tricky to get hold of and particularly on a show that was transmitting several weeks after," he stated. Explaining his blunder, James admitted to Richard: “The small issue is in order to make the gin cocktail which our expert Emma Stokes is going to talk to us about, you need a food blender in order to smash up strawberries, ice, rosé, gin, lemon juice and sugar and a few things like that. Multiple Black Lives Matter demonstrations have taken place across the UK since the death of George Floyd in the United States. “Now, I sent one to Hammond because he didn’t have one but for some strange reason I dismantled it before I sent it off, giving Hammond the job of putting it back together before we enjoy the gin cocktail." Jeremy Clarkson presents The Grand Tour alongside Top Gear stars Richard Hammond and James May (Image: PA) Jeremy Clarkson explains his solution for sleeping problems (Image: PA) Jeremy added:"So guests were tricky. “I also have a problem because having sent that blender to Hammond, the one I have, which I’ve had for about 20 years, has just broken, so I’m reduced to a stick blender.\nThe selling comes as coronavirus cases rise in the US, with some of the increase likely tied to the reopening of businesses and the lifting of stay-at-home orders.

” READ MORE." Chris replaced Jeremy as host of Top Gear in 2015 after his departure from the motoring programme. While he supported "being honest" and "using democratic processes" in considering certain aspects of Britain's history, he found the removal "disturbing" due to a lack of a "sense of order"..." A report found that Jeremy was responsible for an"unprovoked physical and verbal attack" which left a colleague bleeding and needing hospital treatment.  Richard Hammond slams Top Gear co-star James May for ‘ruining’ new move (Image: YOUTUBE•FOODTRIBE•GETTY) Richard Hammond struggled to assemble the blender James May sent him (Image: YOUTUBE•FOODTRIBE) . "Okay, events happened.

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The Grand Tour , James May, 57, for “ruining” their new venture into cocktail making in celebration of World Gin Day, which takes place tomorrow.Jeremy went on to discuss:"But there comes a time after 15 or 16 years when actually, you've done everything.There are still Brits "who don't think slavery was really a bad thing" and misunderstand colonialism as about helping people out, an author has said.Stocks fell sharply Thursday on Wall Street as coronavirus cases in the US increased again, deflating recent optimism for a quick economic recovery and raising more doubts about how long the market’s scorching comeback can last, AP reports.

The pair appeared together over a live video call on FoodTribe’s YouTube channel, which was established by the duo and their fellow co-host Jeremy Clarkson, 60. Trending Although the presenters seemed excited to try out a new skill in lockdown, they quickly encountered an issue when Richard realised James had dismantled the blender he needed to use to prepare their selection of beverages in order to send it to him in the post. "We started to realise guests are always tricky to get hold of and particularly on a show that was transmitting several weeks after," he stated. Explaining his blunder, James admitted to Richard: “The small issue is in order to make the gin cocktail which our expert Emma Stokes is going to talk to us about, you need a food blender in order to smash up strawberries, ice, rosé, gin, lemon juice and sugar and a few things like that. Multiple Black Lives Matter demonstrations have taken place across the UK since the death of George Floyd in the United States. “Now, I sent one to Hammond because he didn’t have one but for some strange reason I dismantled it before I sent it off, giving Hammond the job of putting it back together before we enjoy the gin cocktail." Jeremy Clarkson presents The Grand Tour alongside Top Gear stars Richard Hammond and James May (Image: PA) Jeremy Clarkson explains his solution for sleeping problems (Image: PA) Jeremy added:"So guests were tricky. “I also have a problem because having sent that blender to Hammond, the one I have, which I’ve had for about 20 years, has just broken, so I’m reduced to a stick blender.\nThe selling comes as coronavirus cases rise in the US, with some of the increase likely tied to the reopening of businesses and the lifting of stay-at-home orders.

” READ MORE." Chris replaced Jeremy as host of Top Gear in 2015 after his departure from the motoring programme. While he supported "being honest" and "using democratic processes" in considering certain aspects of Britain's history, he found the removal "disturbing" due to a lack of a "sense of order"..." A report found that Jeremy was responsible for an"unprovoked physical and verbal attack" which left a colleague bleeding and needing hospital treatment.  Richard Hammond slams Top Gear co-star James May for ‘ruining’ new move (Image: YOUTUBE•FOODTRIBE•GETTY) Richard Hammond struggled to assemble the blender James May sent him (Image: YOUTUBE•FOODTRIBE) . "Okay, events happened.