Top Gear Live Shows have been postponed by the BBC bosses as Jeremy Clarkson’s future on the show hangs in the balance.
Jeremy Clarkson is still suspended after a ‘fracas’ between him and the shows producer, allegedly punching Oisin Tymon.
Four Top Gear live shows what were meant to be performed in Norway next week have been postponed as Jeremy Clarkson’s future on the show is in doubt.
The current investigation over the ‘fight’ between Clarkson and Oisin has finished and will be handed over to the director-general in the coming days, then the result will be announced if Jeremy is staying.
BBC issued a statement tonight saying: “Top Gear Live regrets to inform ticket holders for next week’s shows in Stavanger, Norway that we will be postponing all 4 performances, with rescheduled dates for later this year to be confirmed within the next fortnight.
“We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience this will cause fans and we will endeavour to contact all ticket holders directly to inform them of the change of dates.
“At present, all other Top Gear Live dates will run as scheduled.”