Paddy McGuinness has said that Top Gear could change hosts again in the future as it show returns for its 32nd series. The comedian hosts the show alongside Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris. Paddy and Freddie joined the hit show in 2019, while Chris joined in 2016.
Top Gear has recently returned to our screens for its 32nd series and sees the host travel to Florida in an RV. Before it aired, Paddy spoke to RadioTimes about whether the show needs to reinvent itself after so many episodes.
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He said: “It’s our show now and we’re all in it, you know, and who knows further down the line it’ll stop here or carry on going… it’ll always change hosts.
“But for now, it’s not a case to reinvent – it’s just keeping up the good vibes of it and keeping the viewers interested which it does every series it gets more and more viewers. And that’s all we can do. Those feelings of reinventing it and pressure and everything else kind of went with the first series for me.”
Chris agreed saying that working together seems to be going well for them and the BBC. He added: “You never know what’s going to happen to you around the corner. But it’s a great fun job. And it appears to be a brand that’s working well for us and the BBC. So, crack on!”