I loved Top Gear and I'm sorry to see it end the way it did.
by Ionut Ungureanu, 7th November 2015
They got drunk the night before a show in Africa that was canceled. Surprisingly, though, the storm that initially caused their decision got better, so they had to sober up with “an injection”. That's just one of the funniest moments the former Top Gear boy band had throughout their world tour live show that is about to end for good.
“In the last seven years, we have performed in 32 cities, in 19 countries to 2.2 million people. And the extraordinary thing is that in all of that time and in all of those places nothing has ever gone wrong.” That’s how Jeremy Clarkson starts a recent video promoting their last live performance at the O2 Arena in London.
It’s UK’s capital where it all began seven years ago, so the team behind the show figured it’s here where it should also end. They chose what is arguably London’s most famous venue, as the former Top Gear trio will perform for the first time in the arena. The last chance to see the “band” performing their live show is, in fact, made of five different shows. The first is scheduled for November 27 and it goes through the weekend, with two shows scheduled for November 29.
James Bond's Aston Martin DB10 is among the stars
“We have laughed and laughed and laughed all around the world and virtually wiped ourselves out physically and emotionally but we’ve done it, and we’re looking forward to finishing off in London town,” said Jezza.
Their last show is expected to be an entertainment blast, as it will boast an impressive car line-up that includes Bond’s Aston Martin DB10, a Bentley Continental GT3R, a Koenigsegg One: 1, a Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce and a Porsche 918. Further highlights include the world’s largest “Cage of Death” and a driving gig featuring two custom-built BMW M3s covered in over 600 meters of LED.
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