Jeremy Clarkson laments that he was not ‘asked back” on The One Show


Jeremy Clarkson grumbled that he wasn’t “never asked back”After making a joke about The One Show “feeble strikers” previously.

The 62 year-old complained that it could not be said the same for the “lefty actor”Recently, he was viralized for his jibe on BBC One’s Prime Minister program.

Dan, 39, is most well-known for his role on Downton as Matthew Crawley. He was interviewed on-air by Boris Johnson and he made a dig at Dan.

Jeremy was now annoyed that Dan wasn’t subject to as much scrutiny for his time on the same show. He wanted to point out an unfair treatment.

Jeremy Clarkson claims he was unhappy over unfair treatment he received after a joke he'd cracked on The One Show
Jeremy Clarkson claims he was unhappy about the unfair treatment he received for a joke he had made on The One Show

In his column for Silver Screen Beat, the author said: “A lefty actor of some sort went on the endlessly annoying The One Show this week and made a feeble joke comparing Boris Johnson to Richard Nixon, the disgraced and now dead ex-US President.

“As a result,. . . Nothing happened.”

He went on: “When I appeared on The One Show, and made a joke about striking strikers in execution, all hell broke out.

“I was on the front pages. People demanded an apology and I’ve never been asked back.”

Dan Steve's appearance on The One Show went viral
Dan Steve’s appearance at The One Show went viral

According to BBC rules, there should be no political bias reported by any of its channels. Dan’s comments about the PM were therefore not in line with the guidelines.

The actor was willing to chat with Jermaine and Alex Jenas about his upcoming political thriller about ex-US President Richard Nixon.

Fans were still astonished by the drama’s arrival and were even more impressed by Boris’ comments.

Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas were left speechless
Jermaine and Alex Jenas were left speechless

Alex and Jermaine looked shaky as Dan called for Boris’ resignation as Prime Minister. This was just a day after Boris had paid his penalty for breaking lockdown regulations.

Alex asked Dan about the Watergate scandal that inspired his new thriller. “What’s the take?”

Marvel’s Star responded with: “Well, what you’ve got is a criminal for a leader, who is wrapped in a messy war, embroiled in a stupid scandal and surrounded by ambitious idiots, and really should resign… and, erm…”

After a short pause, he uttered: “No, I’m sorry that’s the intro to Boris Johnson.

“I’ve just said the intro to Boris Johnson, I’m so sorry.”

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