James May & Richard Hammond Really Did Blow Up Jeremy Clarkson's House in Grand Tour Episode 3 - But The Twitter Prank in Italy Was Fake
It can be hard to work out what was real and what was fake on The Grand Tour. But yes, Hammond and May really did blow up Clarkson's house.
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