Jeremy Clarkson says that & # 39; stupid & # 39; participants of Who Wants to be a Millionaire no justification for something fun & # 39; had after claims that he was not friendly enough
- The TV presenter has previously shown a few scenes about a number of participants
- He has now revealed that he has been told that he should be more fun for the people at the game show
- Jeremy Clarkson was criticized for mocking a participant in his very first episode
Daily Mail Reporter
Jeremy Clarkson has the & stubborn participants & # 39; said about the last series of Who Wants to Millionaire? no & # 39; justification & # 39; from him.
The presenter, 58, who organized the ITV game show for the first time last year, has previously turned a number of participants upside down.
Ahead of the new series, which is returning tonight, a challenging Clarkson, pictured, unveiled that he was told he was more fun for those on the show.
TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson, 58, has the & stubborn participants & # 39; said about the last series Who wants to be a millionaire? no & # 39; justification & # 39; from him
In the run-up to the new series, the former presenter of Top Gear said that he was told that he was nicer for the attendees
He added: "But last year there were a few very stupid participants who were not entitled to any sympathy. & # 39;
The former Top Gear presenter, who was in charge of Chris Tarrant, got criticism because he mocked a participant in his first episode as a presenter.
He is more positive about newcomers in the new series and says: & # 39; This time they are, by and large, with one or two exceptions, sparky and on and clear and they deserve a place in the chair. & # 39;