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Motoring journalist, Jeremy Clarkson, has mocked the BBC in a new Amazon Ad promoting the Amazing Fire Stick TV 4K and The Grand Tour.

Jeremy Clarkson left the BBC after allegedly getting fired for punching one of the Top Gear producers in the face. He started working for Amazon Prime soon thereafter with former Top Gear presenters, Richard Hammond and James May.

Amazon is, of course, far bigger than just a video streaming service, but they just released an advert which shows Jeremy Clarkson promoting the new Amazon Fire Stick TV 4K streaming video player. In the advert, he scrolls through a few of the main channels available on the device, such as Demand 5, Netflix and Curzon Home Cinema. But, when he scrolls over the BBC's TV app, he fails to mention their name. Instead, he simply says "that".

Shortly thereafter, he purposefully promotes The Grand Tour, which is available exclusively on Amazon Prime and is pre-loaded on the Amazon Fire Stick TV.

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Wheelers, on Jeremy Clarkson Mocks The BBC In The New Amazon Ad.

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