Gordon Ramsay has meltdown over Love is Blind on Gogglebox

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Celebrity Gogglebox's Gordon Ramsay has meltdownChannel 4

Gordon Ramsay had a hysterical reaction to a couple's declaration of love on Love is Blind during this tonight's (October 28) Gogglebox Stand Up To Cancer special.

This week, the nation's armchair critics were joined by a host of celebrities to give their opinions on The Watcher, Only Connect and I Can See Your Voice — however it was the famous chef's reaction to the reality dating show which left viewers laughing.

The show, which sees singletons get to know each other in pods before coming face to face, saw couple Brennon and Alexa enthusiastically declare love for each other not long after speaking for the first time — with the speed that the couple dropped the "L" bomb proving too much for Gordon to bear.

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The speed at which the couple were moving had clearly proved too much for the chef, who launched a cherry Bakewell tart at his screen in despair.

Gordon's exasperated reaction to the show, contrasted by his daughter Tilly's thoughts that the couple were cute, was hilarious for viewers at home with several viewers asking for the pair to appear more often.

"I want Gordon Ramsay on gogglebox all the time PLS," one viewer tweeted.

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Another user added: "Seeing Gordon Ramsay getting pissed off at the telly might be my new favourite obsession."

Nothing topped Gordon's reaction to some big news from Tilly:

Gordon and Tilly were joined by Mel B, Charlotte Church and Tom Daley for the special Stand Up to Cancer episode. In a statement about their involvement, the pair said they were happy to be supporting the "superb" work the charity does.

The pair added: "Every penny raised goes towards finding cures for cancer so I hope we can help raise bucketloads of money."

Gogglebox airs on Friday nights at 9pm on Channel 4.

If you would like more information or support about living with cancer or treatment, please click here to learn more from Stand Up to Cancer.

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