Staying in shape can be a bit of a struggle when you’re a busy celebrity chef such as Gordon Ramsay. To be fair, the reality star is disgusted by a lot of the food he samples on MasterChef and Hotel Hell, and thus, he doesn’t eat that much on the job. But when he does pig out on fancy cuisine, the chef is able to burn it all off while training for and competing in triathlons.
A few months ago, Facebook fans were devastated to learn that Gordon Ramsay was calling it quits — with Kitchen Nightmares, that is. The celebrity chef has since remained quite active on reality television, turning Hotel Hell into a sort of Kitchen Nightmares substitute. And if the latest rumors are to be believed, he’s not finished with the series for good…he’s just taking a break!
Gordon Ramsay completed the Ironman last year, but he wasn’t particularly pleased with his performance. The Hotel Hell star has never been one to settle for mediocre, which is why he’s planning on returning to Kona for the 2014 Ironman!
As Hotel Hell’s Facebook fans already know, Gordon Ramsay has a gift for bringing together bickering friends and family members — and thereby revitalizing seemingly doomed establishments. Unfortunately, that talent doesn’t seem to extend to the reality chef’s own life, as he is currently facing a huge lawsuit from a former business partner.
On the latest episode of Hotel Hell, Gordon Ramsay advised the owners of the Applegate River Lodge on how to clean up their act and, in doing so, reduce their debt burden. But is Chef Ramsay really the best person to be giving advice? The reality star appears to be facing a significant debt problem of his own — according to the latest Twitter rumors, he hasn’t made a profit in years!
Gordon Ramsay adores his reality television empire and he wants it to continue after he’s long gone. As such, the MasterChef star has decided to set his youngest daughter up with a cooking show of her own. This future series will be a great reprieve for Facebook fans who have tired of Chef Ramsay’s obscenity-laced tirades!
Chef Ramsay’s adoring Facebook fans were saddened to see the kibosh put on Kitchen Nightmares. If there’s any comfort at all, it’s in the continuation of Hotel Hell, a show that proves just how rampant cluelessness is in the hospitality industry. Who can worry about Kitchen Nightmares’ demise when Gordon Ramsay is fixing a disastrous hotel while wearing a Speedo?!
To wrap up season one of Fox‘s Hotel Hell, Gordon Ramsay checks into the Roosevelt Inn, a converted 16-bedroom schoolhouse, in Coeur D’Alene, ID. Will Ramsay’s efforts be as appreciated as they were at the River Rock Inn?
This week on Hotel Hell, Gordon Ramsay checks into the River Rock Inn in Milford, PA. The desolate inn offers dead bugs, dated decor, and employees who threaten to quit on a daily basis. Will the owner of the River Rock Inn accept Ramsay’s help quicker than the owner of last week’s Keating Hotel?
On Gordon Ramsay‘s new Fox series Hotel Hell, the famous chef turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. Last week, Ramsay wasn’t able to save the failing Cambridge Hotel from its impending foreclosure. Will he have better luck this week at the Keating Hotel in San Diego, CA?