When it comes to his role in Top Gear, it is not surprising that Chris has a vast knowledge, a lot of passion and a lot of talent behind the wheel in this field. Andrew Flintoff and Paddy McGinnes – dare I say – have more fun than the car guys.
Although he is the best person for the job, Harris is not in a good position from a psychological standpoint due to some top gear fans. A 45-year-old journalist talking to Johnny Smith on The Late Break Show about mental harassment “It broke me.” He refers to the people who send his opinion Saying “You are a wedge, you destroyed top gear for me, I will never forgive you”. Once they do, it’s abuse. ”
Thankfully, mental courage and special help kept him afloat. A faithful day, “I picked up the phone, went and saw someone [a doctor], And I had to sit down. And what do you know? I still do, ” Harris agreed. “Not because I’ve been in a very bad place, but because it’s needed.
Remember when people who didn’t like a show stopped watching the show instead of sending short messages that broke the man’s self-esteem? Pepperidge Farm came to mind.
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