Fans can’t get enough of Gordon Ramsay’s mockery of Gino D’Acampo – and they won’t be disappointed if the toasting continues at Gordon’s new show, Bank Balance.
Celebrity chef Gino is joining his road trip friend on the BBC One show tonight (March 13).
But even though Gino plays for Comic Relief with his son Luciano, a preview shows that Gordon himself isn’t very charitable and isn’t making it easy for his buddy.
What does Gordon Ramsay say about Gino D’Acampo?
In addition to dealing with Ginos kitchen and professional success – what suggests is his “specialty” Not Michelin Stars – Gordon also blames Gino for believing he’d have an easy time on the show.
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“I don’t think we have a category for pasta shapes,” he says withered.
I look at this and think of your frozen pizza.
Gordon continues to tease Gino by comparing an in-game situation unfavorably to the Italian star’s kitchen.
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“Seriously, look, it’s completely solid, right?” Gordon pushes.
He adds with a cheeky slap, “I’ll watch this and think of your frozen pizza.”
Gino’s son Luci is a fair game for Gordon too
Gordon also takes the Mickey while reaching out to Luci, Gino’s son and partner for the game show.
“Luci, you must be very proud of your father,” begins Gordon before turning the gag.
“Have you ever met him?” Gordon keeps laughing at Luci and what sounds like a studio audience.
Gordon can’t suppress his giggle and goes on playing: “You are way too smart! And way too big! And way too good looking! “
The TV tough gets the protests from Gino to cement his ridicule.
“You don’t even look the same!” Gordon giggles.
“Look at him: six feet two, [an] Adonis.”
– Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) March 13, 2021
In response to Luci’s ability to “master the basics” of cooking, Gordon replied, “So you’re following Dad’s footsteps!”
How did the fans react?
Fans on Twitter spiced up the fooling around after Gordon shared the clip earlier today.
“I can’t wait for this 100% joke, I love it,” replied one social media user.
Another tweeted, “Ha ha ha ha, Gordon at his best … toasting an Italian dish.”
And a third agreed: “Ha ha pull him on! I love this stuff, will definitely see it. “
Gordon Ramsays Bank Balance will air on BBC One at 6pm tonight (March 13th).
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