TV Ratings (26/03/2024): “Fairy Bread, F***ing Disgusting”: Gordon Ramsay Slams Aussie Food In Food Stars Launch

TV Ratings (26/03/2024): “Fairy Bread, F***ing Disgusting”: Gordon Ramsay Slams Aussie Food In Food Stars Launch

Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars has officially arrived in Australia, and hosts Gordon Ramsay and Janine Allis are on the hunt for Australia’s most innovative and exciting food ideas.

The premier episode did wonders for the Nine Network, achieving a total national reach of 1,712,000 and a national average audience of 581,000. The episode featured Madonna’s private chef and a hot sauce that led Ramsay to utter the hilarious line, “I like Shit The Bed”.

Ramsay, a self-confessed “secret admirer” of Australia, launched the program with a ranking of his favourite and most hated Aussie foods. “Fairy Bread, fucking disgusting, sprinkles should stick on top of cupcakes”.

“I’m a big vegemite lover,” he confessed.

Meanwhile, Seven News was the big winner of the night with an average audience of 1,327,000 tuning in as news broke that a container ship had brought down the Francis Scott Key Bridge in the United States city of Baltimore.

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