Gordon Ramsay has been ridiculed by viewers immediately after the above-the-top rated opening scene of his new cooking present was shared on-line.
In the clip from his new opposition sequence Potential Meals Stars – which starts on BBC 1 at 9pm this night (31 March) – Ramsay can be seen jumping out of a helicopter into the sea and furiously swimming in direction of a group of disbelieving contestants.
“That’s an entrance, is not it?!” one of the contestants observes.
In the following shot, Ramsay is proven going for walks throughout the sand in direction of them. His hair is inexplicably dry.
Posting the footage on Twitter, Television set critic and broadcaster Scott Bryan wrote: “This is the opening to that new Gordon Ramsay bonkers new food Apprentice exhibit I was telling you about.”
In yet another tweet, he additional: “Moments later he is like, ‘To be successful in small business you require to acquire risks. I have finished a leap of faith for you, now you want to do 1 for me.’ He then details at a nearby cliff and asks the other people to leap off it…
“This is a food stuff programme… The initially time I saw any food stuff, or a pan or whatever, was 23 minutes into the show…”
Twitter buyers were delighted with the clip, with 1 particular person commenting: “Such a major cut among the swim and the completely coiffured hair for the seashore shot.”
A different extra: “Omg this is the most 2000 factor I have ever observed.”
“Alan Partridge [is] executing cookery displays now?” wrote a third.
Long run Food items Stars will see a group of business owners compete for a £150,000 expense in their food stuff or drink business.
“To earn Gordon’s assist will take additional than just a good idea – the contenders will have to have to verify they have the raw ingredients expected to succeed: resolve, devotion, enthusiasm and expertise,” the BBC push launch states.
“Gordon will push the contenders as a result of a sequence of relentless issues made to exam their character and showcase their enterprise skills for the reason that, in accordance to Gordon, an concept is only as superior as the person who’s had it.”