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Jeremy Clarkson just had ‘an accident’ filming for Amazon

Despite Amazon keeping wraps on the project, Jeremy Clarkson is posting about his new show on Twitter aplenty.

Jeremy Clarkson reveals he’s had “a bit of an accident” while filming for Amazon in Barbados.

The former Top Gear presenter tweeted a picture of a crumpled car, but didn’t explain what actually happened.

Check it out:

Unsurprisingly, ex-Top Gear co-host Richard Hammond wasn’t too impressed with the calamity:

And James May, who will also be hosting the unnamed Amazon TV series, seems to have had an accident of his own:

The format of the upcoming TV show is still a mystery, but another tweet from Clarkson makes it clear there’s still fun to be had outside of the BBC:

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Meanwhile, the BBC is gearing up to relaunch Top Gear under the charge a whole host of new presenters.

Amongst the new Top Gear faces are Friends star Matt LeBlanc, and radio DJ Chris Evans.

Are you excited for Clarkson’s Amazon project? Let us know in the comments.

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