The bank balance is supposed to turn Gordon from a disgruntled cook to a grumpy game show host

Bank Balance is a brand new BBC game show hosted by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, 54

Gordon joked about the new show and says we can expect its usual volatility

In the upcoming premiere he jokes: “What our participants need is a fluffy game show host by their side Well, they have me”

As Gordon speaks to The Mirror, he’s certain the show will prove to be a rating hit

He said, “It’s very rare that you have the opportunity to not just put on your own show, but be part of this creative team, and that was the little bit that got me out of bed at 5am every morning

“You are seeing the success of The Chase, The Wall, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? When you come back there is definitely a need for that type of connection””

Apparently, Gordon swears by the premiere several times – and even within the first minute

The BBC allows members of the public to apply for their game shows, including Bank Balance

Here’s how to apply.It also gives the public the opportunity to be part of its virtual audience here

They split up: Megan, 23, Jack, 21, Holly, 21, Matilda, 19, and Oscar, who will be two this April

This led to a number of similarly styled shows in the UK in the years to come

From 2005 he starred in US adaptations of his British hit shows – which turned out to be a great success with the ratings

This is due to his great success as a restaurateur and television star in the UK and the US

Gordon Ramsay

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