Gordon Ramsay has become infamous for insulting people’s food on his TV shows as well as social media, and now fans can get the chef’s opinion on their dishes from their very own home.
Created in partnership with interactive audio company, Ground Control, the “Gordon Ramsay Skill” is now available on Amazon Alexa devices and allows users to get a feel of what it’s really like to work alongside the foul-mouthed chef in the kitchen.
Insults include: “How can you do this to food and f**king sleep at night?” as well as, “This should be hung in a museum – the museum of failure.”
Ramsay, 51, recently spoke out about the new partnership to insist him firing insults at people is his way of “lightening” the mood in the kitchen.
“I can’t wait for everyone to have fun with this new skill for Amazon Alexa,” the star said in a statement. “I’ll review any dish you throw at me. We all need to lighten up in the kitchen sometimes, don’t we?”
The description reads: “The Gordon Ramsay skill allows you to invite your favourite chef over for dinner. Just tell Gordon what dish you made, and he’ll give you his best critique. You just better hope your cooking is up to his standards. Do you have what it takes?”
The news comes after Amazon’s latest ad aired during Sunday’s Super Bowl, with the commercial starring the likes of Cardi B, Rebel Wilson, Anthony Hopkins and Ramsay, who all had to step in to replace Alexa due to her “losing her voice.”