There has been speculation for weeks as to who would take over from the Top Gear hosts after that 'fracas' you may have heard a thing or two about already. While nothing has been confirmed, sources are saying the BBC have their 'dream team' already, and it will be Jodie Kidd fronting it.

While Life on Mars star Philip Glenister and Channel 4 presenter Guy Martin are also said to have been approached for the new series, according to reports.

These reports, we should tell you, are based on a conversation overheard between the show's co-creator Andy Wilman and Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay in Sussex, and then reported in the Sunday Express.

Maybe it's all a ruse and it's actually Jay Kay that will present? He does like fast cars... but that's just random speculation so don't mind us.

Former model Jodie Kidd has been one of the odds-on favourite for a while to get the gig, while she currently presents Channel 5's Classic Cars Show. Although the likes of Dermot O'Leary and Sue Perkins are still bookies favourites. At this stage though, we think the safe money would be on Kidd.