‘You sound hungover’ Kaleb Cooper mocks co-star Jeremy Clarkson over radio appearance

Jeremy Clarkson says his new cows are 'escape artists'

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Jeremy Clarkson, 61, has responded to a jibe from co-star Kaleb Cooper. Jeremy was in an interview with Zoe Ball when he brought up a story about his colleague poking fun at him.

He’s just sent me a text saying ‘you sound hungover’.

Jeremy Clarkson

He was telling Zoe on BBC Radio 2 about how he spent his time during the pandemic, when the topic of Jeremy’s Clarkson’s Farm sidekick came up.

The radio host asked Jeremy how Kaleb was doing.

Jeremy responded saying that Kaleb was on holiday.

The Grand Tour star explained that Kaleb had gone out of Oxfordshire where the show is filmed for his first holiday last week.

“He’s never had a holiday before and it’s all gone to his head,” he joked.

“Now, he’s just sent me a text saying ‘you sound hungover,’” he explained.

He added that Kaleb had left him to go to the seaside, in complete charge of the farm all by himself.

He addressed Kaleb joking: “I know you’re listening. Nothing has died. Yet.”

Zoe and Jeremy spoke extensively about the new season of his show Clarkson’s Farm.

They talked about his interest in farming and conceptions for the show.

When asked if he was grasping the farming lifestyle, Jeremy responded with his own definition of farming.

He said: “Farming is working 400 hours a month for very little pay to produce food for people who think you’re trying to kill them.

“Bloody hell, is it hard work. and the money is terrible but I love it.

“There’s something about stomping around, watching the cows…”.

He continued, recounting the peacefulness of waking up early in the morning to farm.

When asked by a listener if Richard Hammond and James May had been to visit the farm, Jeremy responded saying he’d named one of the fields after James but “not in a good way.”

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