Jeremy Clarkson has stated the “dead contestants” on the final series of Who Needs to be a Millionaire? did no longer “warrant any niceness” from him.
The presenter, fifty eight, who hosted the ITV game show veil for the well-known time final twelve months, has beforehand been scathing about some contestants.
Speaking sooner than the unusual series, which displays in Original Zealand on TVNZ 1, a defiant Clarkson, revealed he had been told to be nicer to these on the show veil.
He added: “But final twelve months there were some very dead contestants who did no longer warrant any niceness.”
The frail Top Gear presenter, who took over cyber internet webhosting Who Needs to be a Millionaire? from Chris Tarrant, was as soon as criticised for mocking a contestant in his first episode as presenter.
He is more particular about entrants on the unusual series, announcing: “This time they’ve been, by and big with one or two exceptions, sparky and on-it and shiny and deserving of a plight in the chair.”