Jeremy Clarkson's Giant Head Just Flew Over the Hollywood Sign

Eight Foot Sculptures of 'Grand Tour' Hosts Have Traveled the World

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In a stunt to promote its super-expensive car show "Grand Tour," Amazon has been flying three giant sculptures of its hosts -- Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May -- all over the world.

The almost eight-foot tall head sculptures have travelled as far as Australia and yesterday reached L.A., where a helicopter dangled them over the Hollywood sign. They also visited landmarks like the Mann's Chinese Theater, The Pantages Theater, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Roosevelt Hotel, Sunset Boulevard wide, Hollywood Boulevard wide and the Santa Monica Pier.

The show, hosted by the former "Top Gear" presenters, debuted in November last year to Amazon Prime subscribers in the U.K., U.S., Austria, Germany and Japan and has since been rolling out to other countries.

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