Jodie Marsh begs Prime bosses to take over Jeremy Clarkson’s farming show

Jodie Marsh wants to replace Jeremy Clarkson on his hit Amazon Prime show after the streaming service reportedly cut ties with him.

Jodie, 44, formerly a glamour model and now the proud owner of an animal sanctuary, has begged Prime bosses to take over Jeremy Clarkson's Amazon farm show.

Amazon Prime, who broadcast Jeremy's, 62, show, Clarkson's Farm, have reportedly parted ways with the presenter following his comments about Meghan Markle.

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Jodie took to the comment section, where she replied to Daily Star's article on Jeremy being axed from the streaming service, writing: "How do I get on Amazon prime?

"They can have a series on my farm @frippsfarm – I'm about to move house and I have to move 250 animals. Imagine the carnage."

Jodie is the proud founder and owner of Fripps Farm Animal Rescue – located in Essex – which currently houses hundreds of animals, many of which have been saved from slaughter.

The former Celebrity Big Brother star has created a loving home and haven for her animals as seen on her Instagram page.

Jodie's plea to Amazon bosses comes a few days after the streaming service allegedly distanced themselves from Jeremy after he came under fire for his controversial column in The Sun.

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Jeremy's Amazon Prime show Clarkson's Farm is a documentary series about his farm in the Cotswolds, first broadcasted in June 2021.

The series documents Jeremy's attempts at running 1,000 acres farm and was recently renewed for a third series in October 2022.

The streaming platform will go ahead with the already-commissioned series, but reportedly have yet to make plans to work with the star after 2024.

The TV star wrote in The Sun last month how he hates the former Suits actress Meghan "on a cellular level" and wants her to be "paraded naked through the streets."

In his now-deleted column, he explained how he "dreams of people throwing lumps of excrement at her".

Jeremy has since made a public apology to Meghan.


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