Jeremy Clarkson: ‘Bit rubbish’ Fans mock The Grand Tour host’s reaction to A-Level results

Jeremy Clarkson, 59, took to Twitter and informed his 7.2 million followers to not fret over receiving “rubbish” A-Level results before sharing a snap of his rented holiday home. He captioned the snap: “A level results a bit rubbish? Don’t worry. I got a C and two Us and I’ve rented this place for the summer.” Many fans rushed to comment on the post, with many mocking The Grand Tour host for sending out a similar tweet every year. One person quipped: “It wouldn’t be results day without Jeremy Clarkson tweeting about how he got a C and U’s”.

Another person stated beforehand: “Can’t wait for that Jeremy Clarkson tweet today, saying he’s got three D’s and owns a Porsche.”

While a third person added: “Ahh..yes the annual tradition. Been waiting for this tweet.”

A social media user also included a series of uploads posted by the former Top Gear presenter where he shared a similar reaction to A-Level results day in previous years.

Last year, Jeremy posted: “Don’t worry if your A level grades aren’t good. I got a C and two U’s. And I’m sitting here deciding which of my Range Rovers to use today.”

In a further post from 2016, the TV regular said: “If you’re A level results are disappointing, don’t worry. I got a C and two U’s, and I’m currently on a super yacht in the Med.”

Jeremy’s annual A-level results message did appear to be appreciated by some people on the micro-blogging site.

One person said: “Wait for this tweet every year tbh and it never disappoints.”(sic)

Another person commented: “The tweet we’ve all been waiting for, thanks jez x”(sic)

While a third person added: “Honestly, this is my highlight of the year.”

Jeremy’s message comes after students across the UK found out their A-Level results today.

Elsewhere, the Grand Tour host recently opened up on the dangers the team faced while filming the new series, insisting the team lost thousands of pounds.

The frontman is currently filming the latest series with his co-stars Richard Hammond, 49, and James May, 56.

The presenter said poor weather conditions in Vietnam forced the team to change the ending of the show, which Jeremy has described as “dramatic”.

Speaking on his Drivetribe Youtube channel, he said: “It was an incredibly dramatic ending which was entirely accidental.

“The ending we’d planned, that we’d spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on, that we had researched for months, didn’t happen.

“As a result of the conditions we simply couldn’t complete [the shoot] but because of the conditions we had one hell of an ending – an astonishing ending.”