The presenter ended up smashing into a van during the race between him and co-stars Gordon Ramsay and Fred Sirieix.
The TV personality and renowned cook also spoke about attending the birth of his fifth child.
Gordon Ramsay has clashed with a restaurant critic in a cultural appropriation row over his new restaurant.
The 52-year-old celebrity chef has been transformed into an old, bearded gentleman so that he can judge restaurant menus incognito.
Gordon Ramsay has reignited his feud with fellow chef Jamie Oliver after the latter made a remark about children - a year after the Ramsey's lost a baby.
The star, who attended the bash with glam wife Tana, 41, and daughters Megan, 17 and Matilda, 14, has previously admitted to undergoing cosmetic surgery back in 2010, after media mogul Simon Cowell advised him, and his kids shamed him in to it. Not bad work if you can get it!
MasterChef’s 2016 season is well on its way. In last week’s show, Tanorria, a terrifically talented home cook from the Southern USA, somehow managed to out-do the two Hispanic contestants, Andrea and Alejandro, by acing the Latin-themed mystery box challenge presented by chefs Aaron Sanchez and Claudia Sandoval - last year’s MasterChef winner. As part of her advantage, Tannoria got to choose which desert the remaining contestants would bake, and she chose pie.
You might have missed Gordon Ramsay on the TV over recent years, but rest assured – the feeling is entirely mutual, as the foul-mouthed chef is planning his grand comeback to UK TV screens. Ramsay, 49, has reportedly entered into discussions with numerous UK channels to land a deal – but is unlikely to return to Channel 4, which aired programmes such as Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and The F Word. A source revealed: “Gordon has launched his own production company to make new scripted and unscripted TV shows.
It’s been interesting, watching Gordon Ramsay over the years. In Hell’s Kitchen, he was a screaming, cursing terror and on occasion, in the more recent shows, we got a tiny peek of this old scary persona, but fortunately it was minimal, compared to the past. Today, Ramsay is positively sweet, and I’m not sure whether it’s the tempering influence of his current co-host, the talented and charming Christina Tosi, pastry chef and owner of Milk Bar bakery, or because the contestants he’s dealing with on Master chef are, as a whole, a nicer group of individuals than the frankly, rough and tumble folks he dealt with on Hell’s Kitchen.
Gordon Ramsay has taken to social media to share the heartbreaking news that his wife Tana has miscarried their fifth child. Sharing the incredibly sad update on his Facebook page, Gordon wrote: “Hi guys, Tana and I want to thank you so much for your support over the past couple of weeks. “We had a devastating weekend as Tana has sadly miscarried our son at five months.
Gordon Ramsay is facing his very own Kitchen Nightmare after his company reported losses for the third year running. The man in charge, chief exec Stuart Gillies insists the firm is pleased with the results and even has plans to open new restaurants in the UK and abroad this year. In the directors’ report, he said: “The consolidated turnover for the group is £50.3million with like-for-like sales growth and new restaurant sales providing a substantial increase in turnover of 12.6 per cent.
Gordon Ramsay ruined a wedding proposal after bringing champagne before a diner had popped the question. The French maitre d’hotel at one of the chef’s Las Las Vegas restaurants told him a guest had asked his girlfriend to be his wife. Speaking at the Vegas Uncork’d food and wine festival, Ramsay, 49, below with wife Tara, said: “My maitre d’ asked me if I would go over to table seven who were celebrating their engagement.
Gordon Ramsay has bared his protective side after hitting back at “sick” online trolls who commented on his Instagram pic to criticise the outfits his teenage daughters were wearing.