Gordon Ramsay has been ridiculed by viewers soon after the above-the-prime opening scene of his new cooking present was shared on the internet.
In the clip from his new competitors series Long term Foodstuff Stars – which starts on BBC One at 9pm this evening (31 March) – Ramsay can be witnessed jumping out of a helicopter into the sea and furiously swimming toward a team of disbelieving contestants.
“That’s an entrance, isn’t it?!” 1 of the contestants observes.
In the up coming shot, Ramsay is shown walking across the sand toward them. His hair is inexplicably dry.
Posting the footage on Twitter, Tv set critic and broadcaster Scott Bryan wrote: “This is the opening to that new Gordon Ramsay bonkers new meals Apprentice clearly show I was telling you about.”
In one more tweet, he included: “Moments afterwards he is like, ‘To be productive in business you require to get risks. I have done a leap of religion for you, now you want to do one for me.’ He then factors at a close by cliff and asks the other individuals to leap off it…
“This is a meals programme… The first time I noticed any meals, or a pan or what ever, was 23 minutes into the show…”
Twitter people were delighted with the clip, with 1 person commenting: “Such a large slash involving the swim and the completely coiffured hair for the beach front shot.”
A different extra: “Omg this is the most 2000 detail I’ve ever noticed.”
“Alan Partridge [is] accomplishing cookery demonstrates now?” wrote a third.
Future Meals Stars will see a group of business owners compete for a £150,000 financial commitment in their foodstuff or drink company.
“To acquire Gordon’s aid will get additional than just a wonderful plan – the contenders will need to show they have the raw ingredients expected to triumph: perseverance, commitment, enthusiasm and expertise,” the BBC press release states.
“Gordon will push the contenders via a collection of relentless problems developed to test their character and showcase their organization abilities mainly because, in accordance to Gordon, an concept is only as fantastic as the human being who’s had it.”