Gordon Ramsay eyes up SAS Who Dares Wins stint and wants to learn to dance

  • Bookmark
  • Sign up for the Daily Star TV newsletter for the biggest TV news

    We have more newsletters

    Gordon Ramsay has issued a come-and-get-me plea to the producers of SAS Who Dares Wins.

    It follows him admitting he is up for stints on reality telly after his 21-year-old daughter Tilly was on Strictly Come Dancing.

    And Gordon fancies his chances on the dancefloor too.

    READ MORE: Gordon Ramsay 'gutted' as big show is given the chop by ITV after just one series

    The 56-year-old chef and telly star revealed: “Yes, I would love to learn how to dance. I’ve just got to find the time.”

    And he added: “I love SAS Who Dares Wins, too. I’d love to do that.”

    It comes after Gordon hit back at Lord Alan Sugar, after he called the celebrity chef's Future Food Stars programme a "virtual rip off" of The Apprentice.

    The first series of BBC show Gordon Ramsay's Future Future Food stars aired in 2022 and saw 12 food entrepreneurs compete for a life-changing investment of £150,000 from the celebrity chef.

    However, Lord Sugar told Mail Online that he thought the programme was "a virtual rip-off" of his BBC show.

    He said: "I think broadcasters, Channel 4, Channel 5, and ITV have tried for many years at least for 17 years to try and replicate the elimination process of The Apprentice. I say this with great respect to them but they've failed."

    "I like Gordon and I think he's very good and should stick to what he should do, cooking and all that stuff," continued Lord Sugar, adding: "He had some thing, which was like, I don't know how the lawyers allowed it because it was a virtual rip-off of The Apprentice.

    "No disrespect to Gordon, but stick to your day job mate that's all I would say."

    Gordon has since hit back at Lord Sugar in a new interview with The Sun, saying that Lord Sugar should quit "bitching" and that he is talking "absolute b*****ks" about Future Food Stars being a rip-off of The Apprentice.

    "He has no right to start throwing his toys out the pram. Do you think Simon Cowell started complaining about The Voice when he was running The X Factor? Of course he didn’t," said Gordon.

    Like what you see? Then fill your boots…

    There's MUCH more where that came from! Want all the jaw-dropping stories from the world of showbiz and up to the minute news from TV and soaps?

    Well, we've got you covered with our showbiz, TV and soaps newsletters – they'll drop straight into your inbox and you can unsubscribe whenever you like.

    We'll bring you the inside track from telly expert Ed Gleave and soap specialist Sasha Morris. Oh, and your daily fix of Piers, Katie Price, Demi Rose and all your other Daily Star favs.

    You can sign up here – you won't regret it…

    "There is more than enough room for both shows on the BBC. Come on Alan! Share the f-ing love!"

    Gordon continued: "One of his contestants who ran a cupcake firm got in touch. What is a cupcake firm going to Alan Sugar for money for? They should be coming to me.

    "Anyway, she said to me, ‘I love the show, I am a huge supporter, how can I apply to come on?’. I wanted to send it and say, ‘See, you are bitching about me but your contestants are dying to come on the show!’."

    For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here


    • Gordon Ramsay's daughter celebrates two years sober as she recalls hitting 'rock bottom'
    • Gordon Ramsay's shows under fire as they break Ofcom rules with explicit language
    • Gordon Ramsay's New Year's Eve dinner costs £400pp – and drinks aren't included
    • Strictly Come Dancing

    Source: Read Full Article