Kaleb Cooper has stated that he lost a large amount of hair after starting work with Jeremy Clarkson.
The farming contractor, 25, has been working with former Top Gear star Jeremy, 63, on his Diddly Squat estate in Oxfordshire for the past few years.
Cameras from the Amazon Prime series filmed their attempts.
Although the two get along well, Kaleb has previously expressed concerns about the stress Jeremy has given him while learning how to farm the property.
He’s dubbed him a ‘muppet’, said he ‘never listens’, and even admitted his initial impression of Jeremy was that he was a ‘flash twit’.
Kaleb has now explained how his time on the programme influenced a specific aspect of his personal life.
‘Working with him, I’ve lost 34.4% of my hair,’ he said during an appearance on Lorraine.
Christine Lampard, who was laughing at Kaleb’s statement, took advantage of the opportunity to inquire about the status of his former perm hairdo.
‘Well unfortunately, when we were filming series 2 of Clarkson’s Farm, we were filming the restaurant, which went extremely well, but as I had the perm I didn’t have time to dry it and it became so dry,’ he explained.
‘Therefore, it just started cracking off, so I had to change it and I went back to this cut to play it safe and hopefully have it grow back to have a perm again.’
Last year, Kaleb claimed that he had no idea who Jeremy was when they initially met.
‘I resented Jeremy slightly the first time I met him but not because he had a farm- it was because he asked me to drive the tractor more slowly past his house so his cat could run around safely,’ he shared.
‘I ignored that because we were so busy. And to be honest, I didn’t know who he was. I didn’t have time to watch TV.
‘Sometimes the odd sports car would be delivered [for a motoring review] and I’d think, “Who’s this flash git then?”,’ he added when speaking to The Telegraph.
However, Kaleb stated that they had ‘gotten fairly close lately’ and that he missed having Jeremy with him when he flew to Africa to film The Grand Tour.
He went on to label Jeremy a ‘father figure to me when it comes to understanding TV’.
‘I’ve learnt from the best there is and — I can’t believe I’m saying this — when he’s not ****ing me off, there is love there,’ he added.
Clarkson’s Farm is streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Lorraine airs weekdays from 9am on ITV1.