Clearly not content with a UK-based staycation, Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo, and Fred Sirieix have embarked on yet another culinary expedition as their BAFTA-winning ITV series returns this September.
Following super successful road trips around America and Europe, the trio have completed a “big, fat Greek adventure,” island-hopping between Crete, Santorini, and Mykonos before heading to Athens.
Premiering on Monday, Sept. 27, Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek is said to have an abundance of fantastic food, as well as more “bromance and bickering” from the trio. Despite the fact that Gordon, Gino, and Fred love to take the mick out of one another, it’s clear that the three get along exceptionally well. But where did they meet?
Well, the origins of the trio's relationships isn't exactly clear, however, despite the minimal amount of information surrounding how the group actually met, it's safe to assume that chefs Ramsay and D’Acampo have crossed paths at some point during their successful TV careers, and along with First Dates Maître'D Fred, the threesome previously appeared on an ITV Christmas special back in 2017.
Prior to the debut of Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip, which as The Sun reports, first began airing in 2018, Kitchen Nightmares star Ramsay and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here's D'Acampo also took part in a hilarious blind taste test on Ramsay's official Youtube channel, which could indicate the TV chefs were somewhat well acquainted. Either way, Gordon, Gino and Fred have become very familiar with one another over the past few years, and as their ITV series approaches its next series, fans can look forward to yet more hijinks from their upcoming trip in Greece.
Speaking about the upcoming series, Gordon said he had a lot of fun “creating havoc” with the boys, telling ITV that it was “great to see the guys, hang out and have fun after the difficult times.”
Meanwhile, Gino said his series highlight was becoming the captain of the trio’s catamaran during the trip. “I loved being able to captain the boat and making the guys say ‘YES CAP!’ to me. We had lots of fun but we also had some lovely, special moments together too.”
Fred, on the other hand, said it was amazing to experience Greek culture first hand. “It filled my head with joy,” he shared.
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