Gordon Ramsay says 's**t just 45 SECONDS into new show Bank Balance'

Gordon Ramsay ‘says s**t just 45 SECONDS into new game show Bank Balance’ as famously foul-mouthed chef swaps cooking for presenting

He is known for his liberal use of expletives.

And Gordon Ramsay has reportedly lived up to his reputation on the new game show, Bank Balance, as he uses the profanity, ‘s**t;, just 45 seconds into the BBC One programme. 

According to The Sun, the celebrated chef, 54, also drops the F-bomb, as he admits his new TV project is ‘unpredictable, volatile, and very, very unstable’.

Ha! Gordon Ramsay reportedly uses the profanity, ‘s**t’, just 45 seconds into the new game show, Bank Balance as he admits his new TV project is ‘unpredictable, volatile, and very unstable’

Hell’s Kitchen star Gordon, is also said to showcase his dry sense of humour as he jokes in the debut episode, set to air next week: ‘What our contestants need is a fluffy game show host by their side. Well, they’ve got me.’ 

A female contestant on the show reportedly admitted her nickname is ‘Gordon’ due to the fact she’s ‘intolerant and potty-mouthed,’ to which the TV chef responded: ‘Are you f****ing kidding me?’ 

Despite serving up a generous side of expletives, the star revealed you will see a ‘softer side’ of him on the programme, as he promises ‘not to shout’ or ‘be mean’ but ensures it certainly ‘won’t be easy’. 

Approach: Despite serving up a generous side of expletives, the celebrated chef, 54, revealed you will see a ‘softer side’ of him on the programme, as he promises ‘not to shout’ or ‘be mean’

The show will strategically air after watershed at 9pm due to his ample use of four-letter words, The Sun added. 

On the new game show, duos will answer multiple questions for the chance to balance ‘gold bars’ on a precarious pyramid platform. 

By combining strategy and precision in a battle against the clock, they have the opportunity to win £100,000.

On the edge! On the new game show, duos will answer multiple questions for the chance to balance ‘gold bars’ on a precarious pyramid platform and potentially win £100,000

Inspiration: In an interview with The Mirror, Gordon confirmed he was involved with the show’s development as he hopes to have the same success as Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

The show hits TV screens across the UK next Wednesday and will air, three-nights-a-week for three consecutive weeks. It will also be available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

In a separate interview with The Mirror, Gordon confirmed he was involved with the development of the ‘nail-biting’ game show as he hopes to have the same success as The Chase, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and The Wall. 

He said: ‘It’s very rare you get a chance to not just present your own show, but be part of that creative team. And that was the bit that got me out of bed every morning at 5am.’ 

He also revealed that 007 inspired the new BBC One show, as he added: ‘I wanted something sort of cutting edge..if James Bond was ever to walk on to a game show, what would it look like?’

Edgy: He also revealed that 007 inspired the new show, as he added: ‘I wanted something sort of cutting edge..if James Bond was ever to walk on to a game show, what would it look like?’

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