Top celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is on the lookout for an amateur cook from Beverley to take part in his new show, Culinary Genius.
A new competitive cookery show, Culinary Genius will be screened on ITV and they are now on the searching for contestants from the area to take part.
Gordon Ramsay said:
“We’re reaching audiences on every level with this one, and I’m really excited to work on three completely different formats with ITV.”
Gordon Ramsay returns to the UK’s biggest commercial channel to front a primetime documentary series, a daytime cookery series and as a host on the network’s forthcoming late night entertainment series, The Nightly Show.
New programmes in the pipeline mark the superstar chef’s return back to where he first launched the globally successful and multi-award nominated Hell’s Kitchen.
The high octane, large-scale competition will run for four weeks on ITV, and each episode will see nine keen amateur cooks competing across a range of challenges in the hope of taking home a cash prize, and the title of Culinary Genius.
ITV’s Director of Television Kevin Lygo said:
“Gordon is not only a world class chef, but a world class TV presenter, it’s a great thing to have him back where it all started, with some brand new shows. He’s an irrepressible talent and we are really looking forward to his return to ITV in 2017.”
Ramsay will first be back on ITV in 2017, as guest host for one week of The Nightly Show, ITV’s brand new week-night entertainment series.
The 30-minute daily entertainment show will air at 10pm and the series will be stripped over five nights a week for an eight week run, featuring a different big name host each week.
Anyone who would like to apply to appear on the show can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.