It's not all rainbows and sprinkles in Top Gear land today.
There has been so much controversy over the new hosting line-up for the car show, that we honestly don't know if it will even go ahead.
And now the show's top hosts are in a row over a recent stunt they filmed.
Last month, Matt did a stunt in London's Whitehall which filled the street with smoke, noise and the smell of burning rubber.
After many complaints were made about the donut segment, Mr Evans went on camera to downplay his role in creating the sequences.
He later apologised for it saying, "On behalf of the Top Gear team and Matt I would like to apologise unreservedly for what these images seem to portray.
"This isn't a shoot I'm particularly involved in," he said.
Now, the The Sun reports that the incident hasn't passed the two men by and is a source of bad blood between them.
A source told the paper: "Since the Cenotaph their relationship has deteriorated. Chris thinks Matt has severely damaged the brand.
"Behind the scenes it is very frosty between them."