Gordon Ramsay 'bringing Hell's Kitchen back to the UK' after 16 years

6/12/2020 10:41:00 PM

Gordon Ramsay 'bringing Hell's Kitchen back to the UK' after 16 years

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Gordon Ramsay 'bringing Hell's Kitchen back to the UK' after 16 years

Gordon Ramsay is reportedly plotting a return to screens with a revival of Hell's Kitchen.

The 53 year old fronted the show on ITV back in 2004 but didn't return to host the later series which aired on the channel until 2009.But now 16 years after leaving the show, it's thought the chef turned TV star wants to be the one to bring it back to our boxes.

Won by Jennifer Ellison, the cooking show is what launched Gordon as a star on screens as well as in the kitchen and saw him famously row with actress Amanda Barrie.Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.

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The 53 year old fronted the show on ITV back in 2004 but didn't return to host the later series which aired on the channel until 2009. But now 16 years after leaving the show, it's thought the chef turned TV star wants to be the one to bring it back to our boxes. 'Gay men use the gym as a place to socialize and to have secret liaisons in the bathrooms. Won by Jennifer Ellison, the cooking show is what launched Gordon as a star on screens as well as in the kitchen and saw him famously row with actress Amanda Barrie. Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. "There are some utterly embarrassing and offensive old tweets from over 10 years ago that have recently resurfaced that are disparaging to the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. You can sign up at the top of the page.

Amanda aimed to hit Gordon in a huge argument in the kitchen before she quit the show the next day. "I am taking the necessary steps to make change and I'm sorry to those I've let down. A source close to Gordon has now said: "He's always wanted to bring Hell's Kitchen back to British TV and he wouldn't want anyone else to be fronting its revival. "Despite only hosting one series in the UK, it's one of the shows with which he is most closely associated, mainly because his notorious temper produced some of its best moments. Bon Appetit contributors Priya Krishna and Ryan Walker-Hartshort are two of several current and former staff that said they had expressed concern over the lack of diversity in the team. "Despite Gordon making life a misery for many of the celebrities, famous faces are likely to be clamouring to sign up," the insider continued to tell The Sun. After quitting the show, Gordon moved to Channel 4 where he presented his other hit shows The F Word and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares. "I submitted myself for a video opp to Matt Duckor, citing my experience and how it would be good to have more diversity on screen," she wrote.

He took Hell's Kitchen to the US in 2005 where he has fronted a whopping 18 series. Gordon recently risked fresh backlash after feeling the wrath of his neighbours for travelling from London to Cornwall to spend lockdown on the coast." More about:. But it's more recently been claimed his restaurant company is using the tax-payer funded furlough scheme to pay sacked staff as they see out their notices after letting go of around 500 workers from his restaurant chain. An email obtained by The Sun on Sunday was reportedly sent from Gordon Ramsay Restaurants' HR Director Sarah Anderson to a London-based worker. Gordon Ramsay It read: "Should you not wish to apply for a new role, you will remain on the furlough scheme for the duration of your notice.

" Meanwhile, another source, who claims to know dozens of staff employed by Gordon, criticised the way his businesses have dealt with the coronavirus lockdown. The source said: "The ­furlough scheme is called the job retention scheme — but that is not what he seems to be using it for. They are sacking people anyway." .