Gordon Ramsay uses F-word 16 times on The Nightly Show

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 29 March 2017
Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay used the F-word 16 times in half an hour on 'The Nightly Show'

Gordon Ramsay used the F-word 16 times in half an hour on 'The Nightly Show'.

The notoriously foul-mouthed chef has been presenting the ITV programme this week and despite falling viewing figures, Gordon has refused to tone down his outspoken behaviour.

Since assuming the reins of the show, Gordon has seen as many as 300,000 viewers dessert 'The Nightly Show', as his expletive-laden language has failed to charm the British public.

Gordon, 50, has also been undermined by a technical glitch on Monday (27.03.17), which meant he was kept off the air for three minutes.

Additionally, the controversial chef has taken aim at his culinary rival Jamie Oliver, calling him a "fat f**k" and joking that Jamie was trying to solve the UK's obesity crisis by eating all the junk food himself.

And during one taste test segment, Gordon joked that the loser of the competition would "gets a table at Jamie's Italian".

Meanwhile, Gordon recently admitted his wife told him to "pull out" of hosting 'The Nightly Show'.

The celebrity chef revealed his spouse Tana urged him to opt out of presenting the show amid falling viewing figures and unfavourable reviews.

He shared: "First thing Tana said to me was, 'Are you going to pull out?'"

However, Gordon decided against taking his wife's advice, insisting he should go ahead with the job.

He explained: "Am I f**k going to pull out.

"No. I wouldn't do that. If I commit to something, I do it."

What's more, the 'Hell's Kitchen' star vowed to pull out all the stops by doing "something different" during his evening slots.

He explained: "I just need to have a bit of fun with it.

"I know I'm going to get a kicking. It can't get any worse. The knives are out. I quite like that.

"I'm robust. I'm going to stand strong and take the blows. I have to do something different, that's important."

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