Matt LeBlanc Named ‘Top Gear’s First Non-British Co-Host
LeBlanc, who’s been spending a lot of time in Britain the past few years filming Showtime’s Episodes, will co-host the iconic BBC series with British presenter Chris Evans. “As a car nut and a massive fan of Top Gear, I’m honored and excited to be a part of this iconic show’s new chapter,” says LeBlanc, who becomes the first non-British co-host in the show’s 39-year history. “What a thrill!” PLUS: Last month, LeBlanc hosted Top Gear: The Races on BBC America, and why LeBlanc is the perfect choice to co-host.
“What I think is unfortunately going to get lost in this is that my brother was doing a good deed,” says Kim Goldman. “[He] walked in on what we believe was a horrific crime and he didn’t run.” She adds: “They don’t show that in this. And that really sucks. My brother could’ve run and saved his own life. And he stayed to help his friend [Nicole] … I want people to remember my brother was a hero.”
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