On the recent episode of the Grand Tour, we learned something truly tragic: Richard Hammond denies himself the joys of ice cream consumption because he seems to have conflated the concept of eating ice cream with his own sexual orientation. It’s tragic. Read more...
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The Grand Tour host Richard Hammond has been criticized for making a joke on the Amazon Prime flagship motoring show that suggested eating ice cream is gay. Hammond, who made the comment on the sixth episode of the new show in frontShow More Summary
A TV host is getting flak after inventing a new—and incredibly stupid—gay stereotype. During the Dec. 23 episode of Amazon's The Grand Tour, co-host Richard Hammond said there's just something gay about a "grown man eating an ice cream," the BBC reports. According to BuzzFeed the hosts of...
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British television personality Richard Hammond is facing a backlash after suggesting that he doesn’t eat ice cream... because he’s not gay. Hammond, who co-hosts Amazon Prime series “The Grand Tour” with Jeremy Clarkson and James May, made the eyebrow-raising remarks on his show’s sixth episode, “Happy Finnish Christmas,” which was released Dec. Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time before The Grand Tour conjured up its first big controversy, but this time around, it doesn't even involve Jeremy Clarkson. Co-host Richard Hammond is facing significant backlash for comments he made during the motoring show's sixth episode last week, in which he equated ... More »
British TV presenter Richard Hammond, who co-hosts the Amazon Prime automotive series The Grand Tour with Jeremy Clarkson and James May, is making headlines for remarks he made on the show suggesting that if you eat ice cream, you’re gay, and n… Read The post British TV Host Richard Hammond: I Don’t Eat Ice Cream…Because It’s Gay appeared first on Towleroad.
The Guardian reports: Richard Hammond has been criticised for linking eating ice-cream with being gay on the latest episode of The Grand Tour, the TV motoring show he co-hosts with Jeremy Clarkson and James May. The exchange occurred...Show More Summary
Richard Hammond is one of the most prominent figures in the world of motor sports. Alongside co-hosts Jeremy Clarkson and James May, he (...)
LONDON — Richard Hammond has come under fire for saying that he doesn't eat ice cream because he's straight. SEE ALSO: 'The Grand Tour' has just become the most illegally downloaded show ever During Episode 6 of The Grand Tour, Jeremy Clarkson said that wouldn't be able to "enjoy a chocolate Magnum ice cream" inside a Rolls Royce. Show More Summary
Richard Hammond, co-host of The Grand Tour—Amazon Prime’s motoring show presented by the former team of the BBC’s popular Top Gear—has provoked a media backlash by suggesting that eating ice cream implies a man is gay. During a discussion...Show More Summary
The Grand Tour may deviate from Top Gear in an element or two, but there's one true constant for Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May: If it's on wheels, it's of interest. The trio goes to Namibia in a new two-part Grand Tour special called "The Beach (Buggy) Boys," ... More »
The Grand Tour exists because Jeremy Clarkson's temper got him fired from Top Gear. In a new trailer, things get amusingly heated between Clarkson and his co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May.
After Amazon announced last year that it acquired a new motoring show from former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May, the requisite questions immediately emerged: How exactly would The Grand Tour be structured? What would they be allowed to keep from the BBC? And would it ... More »
Fast cars, witty banter, and a never-ending barrage of controversy. If there are three things that came to define the Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond era of Top Gear, it’s those three things. But now that the trio have moved on from the BBC to Amazon and The Grand Tour, that three-pronged formula is still apparently in full effect. Show More Summary
The Grand Tour is certainly making a grand start when it comes to illegal downloads. Per Variety, the new Amazon Prime motoring show from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May already has the highest volume of piracy for any British television show in history, and also has the highest ... More »
By Andrea WhiteThe wait is finally over. The boys (and cars) are back — and it feels so right. Sure, their new show has a different name and a different home, but Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond — the former stars ofShow More Summary
Could this mean the spiritual successor to Top Gear is filming down under? Giant stone heads (yes, you're reading this correctly) of The Grand Tour presenters Jeremy "Problematic" Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are being driven around Sydney today. Gizmodo has scored leaked information about the "tour schedule" for the, er, giant heads. More »
Can’t get enough of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on Amazon Prime’s new hit show, The Grand Tour? Instead of having to wait every week for the new episode, Amazon has managed to score seasons 2 through 17 of old-new Top Gear, as well as the specials. Read more...