Chef Gordon Ramsay may seem like an intimidating, fire-breathing ogre on shows like "Hell's Kitchen" — but Disney Junior knows he's a puppy on the inside.
Beginning on Tuesday, "The Late Late Show" will be airing from London, which means James Corden and Reggie Watts needed a ride to the airport.
It doesn’t get much bigger than this: The First Lady herself delivers the challenge on this week’s MasterChef Junior. Well, former First Lady, since this episode was taped back when Michelle Obama was “the real boss” of the White House, as Gordon Ramsay puts it. “It’s been in the cards, the last 18 months working closely with the White House, and finally we’ve nailed it,” Ramsay told us when we visited the set to watch the challenge being filmed.
There’s a worry that, when Gordon Ramsay is around, that second “S” in K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) might stand for something a little more vulgar. But not when the kids are around. This week, Ramsay is showing the kids of MasterChef Junior — and us — how to make a fancy but easy sea bass.
Latin chef Aarón Sánchez brought his expertise to MasterChef, and Tanorria, won the first challenge with a cilantro-lime shrimp over roasted poblano cream corn.
Wolfgang Puck was on hand to judge some dishes on MasterChef, and Nathan Barnhouse, the 20-year-old tuxedo salesman from Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, did not put his best foot forward. Nathan is the youngest chef this season and Chef Ramsay said his dish showed a lack of maturity. Not only did Chef Ramsay love Nathan’s second dish, he named the tuxedo salesman the winner of the challenge.
Neco, a manicurist from Detroit, said that she hears the voices of her ancestors — and her ancestors told her that she was going to get a white apron.
MasterChef kicked off a new season, with one group of four firefighters facing off for only two aprons — and one fireman’s personality was the best dish of all.
With only nine chefs left on Hell’s Kitchen, tension between teammates was heated Wednesday, particularly between veteran Kristin and relative newbie Jackie.
In honor of the 15th anniversary of "Survivor" (the show that kick-started the reality TV revolution premiered on May 31, 2000), we’re celebrating our favorite reality TV personalities. Now that you’ve picked the winners in all eight categories, we’re pitting them against each other to determine the ultimate champ: The Greatest TV Personality of All Time! Today’s showdown: Four stars who have no problem hogging the spotlight.