Gino D'Acampo reveals Gordon Ramsay will no longer be filming their TV series with Fred Sirieix

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    Gino D’Acampo reveals Gordon Ramsay will no longer be filming their TV series with Fred Sirieix because ‘he’s too busy working on his hair highlights in the USA’


    Gino D’Acampo has revealed Gordon Ramsay will no longer be filming their TV show alongside Fred Sirieix due to work commitments in the USA.

    The unlikely trio have won fans across the country with their high-jinks in ITV series Gordon, Gino and Fred’s Road Trip, but Gino, 45, devastated fans as he confirmed Gordon, 55, will no longer be a part of the show.

    Sharing a snap of himself sleeping alongside Fred, 49, he wrote: ‘Unfortunately we will no longer be filming #GordonGinoandFred mainly because @gordongram is too busy working on his hair highlights in USA.

    Goodbye: Gino D'Acampo has revealed Gordon Ramsay will no longer be filming their TV show alongside Fred Sirieix due to work commitments in the USA  (pictured in Mexico)

    Goodbye: Gino D’Acampo has revealed Gordon Ramsay will no longer be filming their TV show alongside Fred Sirieix due to work commitments in the USA  (pictured in Mexico)

    The star cheekily hinted at a new show with Fred’s sporran – nicknamed ‘Justin’ – adding: ‘But don’t worry guys, @fred_sirieix and I have a plan #JustinGinoandFred Coming soon…….GDx.’

    MailOnline has contacted representatives for Gordon Ramsay and ITV for comment.

    The first series of the show premiered in 2018 and saw the trio explore local culture and cuisine in Italy, France and Scotland.

    A Christmas special in 2019 entitled ‘Christmas Road Trip: Three Unwise Men’ saw the group visit Morocco.

    Farewell: Sharing a snap of himself sleeping alongside Fred, 49, he wrote: 'Unfortunately we will no longer be filming #GordonGinoandFred mainly because @gordongram is too busy working on his hair highlights in USA

    Farewell: Sharing a snap of himself sleeping alongside Fred, 49, he wrote: ‘Unfortunately we will no longer be filming #GordonGinoandFred mainly because @gordongram is too busy working on his hair highlights in USA

    The 2021 series followed the trio as they explored Greece.

    The show has proven to be a critical and commercial success, and was nominated for a TV BAFTA in 2019. 

    Gordon is already a huge star in the United States, having worked with Fox for 16 years on shows including Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares.

    In September, it was reported that Gordon, worth an estimated £140million, further increased his fortune by £6million over the pandemic.

    Gordon Ramsay’s Bank Balance – which was axed after just one series – Gordon, Gino and Fred: Roadtrip, and new Fox series Next Level Chef are among those TV stints that have bumped up his bank balance by an astonishing figure.

    Memories: The show has proven to be a critical and commercial success, and was nominated for a TV BAFTA in 2019 (pictured 2020 in Finland)

    Memories: The show has proven to be a critical and commercial success, and was nominated for a TV BAFTA in 2019 (pictured 2020 in Finland)

    Success story: The first series of the show premiered in 2018 and saw the trio explore local culture and cuisine in Italy, France and Scotland (pictured in Crete)

    Success story: The first series of the show premiered in 2018 and saw the trio explore local culture and cuisine in Italy, France and Scotland (pictured in Crete)

    His Studio Ramsey production firm did not stop at churning out a range of shows, they went so far as producing YouTube segments, as well as Channel 4’s The Fantastical Factory of Curious Craft, hosted by Keith Lemon.

    According to The Sun’s reports, Gordon’s Humble Pie Media and Humble Pie Productions are now worth a combined £9.5 million – up £7million from the year before.  

    Documents revealed that the latter paid just under £1 million in tax, while the former paid £142,000, meaning the Hell’s Kitchen star has made approximately £6 million during the pandemic.

    MailOnline has contacted a representative for Gordon for comment.

    Busy man: Gordon is already a huge star in the United States, having worked with Fox for 16 years on shows including Hell's Kitchen (above) and Kitchen Nightmares

    Busy man: Gordon is already a huge star in the United States, having worked with Fox for 16 years on shows including Hell’s Kitchen (above) and Kitchen Nightmares

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