Gordon Ramsay says ‘s**t’ just 45 seconds into new BBC1 game show Bank Balance – but shows softer side too

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GORDON Ramsay shows his softer side with contestants on his new BBC1 game show – but the fiery chef just can’t help but use a few expletives along the way.

Bank Balance sees him drop two “S Bombs” on the programme – one just 45 seconds in – as well as using The F Word.

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Gordon Ramsay swears just 45 seconds into new game show Bank Balance[/caption]

But there’s none of the x-rated roastings usually dished out on his other shows, including Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares.

Gordon, 54, even takes the Mickey out of himself at the start of next week’s debut episode saying: “What our contestants need is a fluffy game show host by their side. Well, they’ve got me.”

The first show of the series, which has been specifically scheduled after the 9pm watershed, also sees the contestants give plain-speaking Gordon a run for his money.

One female contestant reveal her nickname is “Gordon” because she’s “intolerant and potty-mouthed”, prompting a hurt-looking Gordon to reply: “Are you f***ing kidding me?”

Another contestant gives him some backchat, and he responds: “You and I were getting along so well before you just kicked me in the nuts.”

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Gordon drops two ‘S Bombs’ on the programme as well as using The F Word[/caption]

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Bank Balance sees duos answer questions to win £100,000 by balancing a series of ‘gold bars’ on a wobbling platform[/caption]


Bank Balance sees duos answer questions to get potential winnings of £100,000 by balancing a series of “gold bars” on a wobbling platform.

Gordon jokes: “It’s unpredictable, volatile and very, very unstable…sound familiar?”

The show starts next Wednesday and will run for three consecutive nights over three consecutive weeks.

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The new show sees the contestants give plain-speaking Gordon a run for his money[/caption]

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There’s none of the x-rated roastings usually dished out on Gordon’s other shows such as Hell’s Kitchen[/caption]

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