Where Will Clarkson's Farm Star Kaleb Cooper Appear Next?

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Where Will Clarkson's Farm Star Kaleb Cooper Appear Next?

Clarkson's Farm has been an agricultural phenomenon on the small screen ever since series one was released on Amazon Prime Video back in June 2021.

While former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is undoubtedly the main man in the three-series programme, which documents his, sometimes comical, attempts at running his 1,000-acre Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds, another star has been born from the riveting show.

Kaleb's popularity with fans has led to betting sites wondering where he might appear next.

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The experienced farm hand can often be seen on the show correcting Jeremy on his farm knowledge, and getting the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host out of difficulty.

Since shooting to fame on the show, Kaleb has gone on to pen two books, with a third, Life According to Kaleb, on the way in October.

He has also toured the country with his The World According To Kaleb: Kaleb Goes On Tour live show, and even released a charity single - about sheep. Spoiler alert - he can't stand them.

Will Clarkson's Farm Star Kaleb Cooper Appear Next Odds

PlaceOddsProbability
Appear In His Own Farming-Based Reality Show11/842.1%
Release His Own Clothing Line2/133.3%
Release A Festive Single3/125%
Become A Countryfile Presenter4/120%
Contestant On Celebrity Who Wants To Be A Millionaire5/116.7%
Appear On A Farm-Related Advert7/112.5%
Appear On I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!10/19.1%

Kaleb To Land Own Show?

Following his huge success on Clarkson's Farm, which saw him appointed farm manager by Jeremy in the latest third series, Kaleb is just 11/8 on specials betting sites to land his own farming-based reality show.

While Clarkson's Farm has become known for numerous comedy moments involving Jeremy's lack of farming knowledge, and Kaleb putting him right, one of the most important aspects of the programme is how it has raised awareness about the plight British farmers currently face.

A way of taking that further could well be for Kaleb to land his own show about farming, which could even tempt some youngsters into an agricultural career.

If Clarkson's Farm is anything to go by, then such a show could perhaps be a ratings winner for one channel.

The premiere episode of the latest third series was streamed 5.1 million times over seven days, according to audience measurement organisation Barb, which made it the second most-watched show of 2024 on all major streaming services in the UK.

The Clarkson's Farm's series three debut also beat the first episode of the show's second season by 800,000 viewers.

Kaleb's Clobber

On Clarkson's Farm, Kaleb can often be seen wearing a traditional checked shirt and gilet combination when he is getting his hands dirty.

That appears to be the star's unofficial farming uniform, and he is just 2/1 on betting apps to make it an official one by releasing his own clothing line.

If he is reading this then "Kaleb's Clobber" could be the perfect name for his designs, and yes, I would like some royalties please.

However, despite being a farmer by trade, Kaleb is clearly not a big fan of sheep.

In January, he released a charity country rap song, aptly-named I Can't Stand Sheep, as a tongue-in-cheek reflection of his well-known dislike of the animals.

Set to the iconic tune of The Floral Dance, all the profits from the song went to the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), which aims to provide expert mental health and wellbeing support, as well as financial, emotional and practical help to farming people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Kaleb For Countryfile?

While he didn't swap farming for a singing career off the back of his charity tune, Kaleb could soon be heading to pastures new on the small screen.

He is just 4/1 on new betting sites to land a job on BBC show Countryfile, and he has even joked about the possibility previously.

Last month, Kaleb wrote on Instagram: "After months of keeping this secret, I can finally announce I will be joining the country-file team and presenting my very own section of the show highlighting British farming 🇬🇧. Thank you so much everyone! (sic)"

However, many fans correctly realised it was an April Fools' joke, with Jeremy even commenting: "I’m assuming this is an April Fool".

While it was a joke, the show, which gives insight into the larger issues affecting British life, could be a perfect fit for Kaleb.

Countryfile presenter Adam Henson even admitted he would be a "fine addition" to the programme.

He commented on Kaleb's post: "Welcome to the team. A fine addition."

If he doesn't make the move to Countryfile, then Kaleb could still pop up on another TV show, alongside his good pal Jeremy.

The star is just 5/1 to be a contestant on Celebrity Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, which Jeremy presents, and he is 10/1 to take part in Australia-based reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.

I wonder if Kaleb is fonder of creepy crawlies than he is of sheep? He will probably be too busy helping Jeremy to have time to jet off to the jungle anyway.

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