He left Top Gear last year after a dispute with a producer turned nasty.
But Jeremy Clarkson looked in high spirits as he attended a birthday party at ITV producer Peter Finchman’s London home on Friday.
Dressed in a casual jeans, a shirt and black blazer ensemble, the 56-year-old presenter smiled for the cameras as he arrived alongside a host of stars including Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Ant & Dec.
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The British presenter was there to attend the birthday party of ITV Producer Peter’s wife Clare.
And the rest of the brigade put on a glamorous display, with Amanda Holden look chic in a white shift dress and gold sandals, alongside fellow blonde Holly Willoughby who wore a stylish monochrome jumpsuit.
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Ant and Dec also looked in party mode as they arrived with their other halves Lisa Armstrong and Ali Astall.
Jeremy is currently filming new car show ‘The Grand Tour’, alongside original Top Gear presenters Richard Hammond and James May, due for release on Amazon Prime this autumn.
Last month they appeared to poke fun at new presenters Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc, when they performed a stunt that landed Chris and Matt in hot water.
LeBlanc enraged the public by doing wheel spins around the Cenotaph, but Jeremy and co risked the same furore, when they were filmed doing a controversial doughnut trick.
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