Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb Cooper revealed that his outbursts of frustration at Jeremy Clarkson on the show are 100% real.
The farmer has become the unlikely star of the Amazon Prime series as he tries to help Jeremy run his Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds, with the pair becoming a popular double act.
Viewers will have seen the 21-year-old give the Grand Tour star a telling off for not following his advice and mucking things up, and Kaleb insisted on Monday’s This Morning that the dressing downs are not for show.
‘He doesn’t listen to me but the good thing is he has an interest in farming which makes it a lot easier. That’s why I shout at him and I get genuinely angry when he makes a mistake.’
The ITV programme then played a clip from the series of Kaleb pulling up Jeremy for making a mistake when making tramlines on his field for growing crops.
Kaleb continued: ‘I was out there for six hours trying to teach him how to do it. You can see it going in one ear and just out the other. It’s one of the most important jobs on the farm.’
Kaleb and Jeremy have become quite the double act (Picture: Amazon Prime)
Kaleb vented his frustrations on This Morning (Picture: ITV)
He has become a favourite with viewers through his interactions with the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host and confessed he is finding fame very weird.
‘My Instagram blew up, I can’t walk down the street without someone asking for a selfie,’ Kaleb said. ‘I can’t tell them “Go away”, I’m a nice guy, I like talking to people, but [life] has changed massively.
‘Where I am now, in the middle of a field, that’s me. Take me to London – it’s horrible.’
The farmer added the one time he did visit the capital was ‘the worst day of my life’.
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.