It won’t be long before Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek appear on our television screens.
And now ITV has excitingly revealed some first-look footage from the show.
What is Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek about?
Again starring Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieix, the series reunites the boys to take to the streets.
This time your motorhome is driving to the beautiful Greek islands and the historic city of Athens for a big, fat Greek adventure.
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From island hopping on a catamaran to jet ski racing and shipwreck diving, we’re promised more comedy bickering.
And we’ve been told to look out for an abundance of fantastic food, especially seafood like lobster.
What’s in Gordon, Gino, and Fred Go’s Greek trailer?
In the trailer, the trio enjoys all the sun-kissed thrills that Greece has to offer.
Recordings of the boys in the water and on the beach are interrupted by cooking segments.
In one scene, Gordon grills on the beach and warns that “a little sand could get on your sausage”.
And later, Gino tells a topless Gordon that he looks like a kebab.
After all, what would a Gordon, Gino, and Fred travel series be without some hair-raising motor incidents?
We see Gordon driving a minivan through narrow streets and Fred being thrown around.
New dance partner, Gordon?
Gordon is now of course preparing for the Strictly Come Dancing roller coaster.
His daughter Tilly is attending and was collaborated with professional dancer Nikita Kuzmin last week.
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Tilly and dad Gordon kept the world entertained thanks to their hilarious dance routines on the TikTok social media site.
But now his daughter has a new dance partner. He can always get Gino or Fred when he needs someone to dance to!
Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek starts Monday September 27th at 9 p.m. on ITV.
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