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Gordon Ramsay will put foodies through hellish challenges in his first BBC show

Foul-mouthed chef Gordon Ramsay has landed his first TV project for the BBC.

It’s a cross between Hell’s Kitchen and The Apprentice.

Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars will see the 53-year-old restaurateur put 12 of the country’s “most exciting and innovative” foodies through some hellish challenges.

He will tap into the way his industry has changed in recent years with subscription boxes, food apps, and hi-tech delivery services.

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Ramsay will boot out the weakest links along the way and the person who impresses him the most with their drive, determination and talent will win an amazing prize.

Just like Lord Sugar in The Apprentice, Ramsay – known for using expletives in the kitchen – will put his hand in his pocket and invest their business plan.

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He explained: “The future of our food industry has never been more exciting. I can’t wait to unearth some of Britain’s most entrepreneurial talent.

“I’ve spent the last 21 years at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay nurturing, supporting and mentoring some of our greatest chefs and that’s truly why I think investing in the next generation of talented individuals is so important!”

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