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Matt Leblanc Will No Longer Host 'Top Gear'


Matt LeBlanc has announced that he stepping down from being the host of BBC's 'Top Gear.' He explained his reason for leaving is how difficult travel demands are for the show. "The time commitment and extensive travel... takes me away from my family and friends more than I'm comfortable with... I wish the team continued success..." Matt LeBlanc, Actor Fans understand Le Blanc's reasoning are happy he made that healthy decision. They know the show will find another great host to fill his shoes.

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