Gordon Ramsay expressed how happy he was to say goodbye to 2020 by smashing a gingerbread house with a rolling pin in a hilarious New Year’s Day video.
At the start the clip, Gordon is heard reading a poem as the camera pans in on the gingerbread creation while traditional Christmas song The First Noel plays.
The music then suddenly stops as the loudmouth star flattens the house, which was decorated with white icing snow and jelly bean tiles before telling 2020 to “f**k off”.
Gordon, 54, said: “It was the holiday season and snow was abound, with Gordon Ramsay re-runs playing about. But as the year comes to an end, here’s some wisdom from a friend.
“F**k off 2020, will you? Happy New Year.”
He captioned the video: “Happy New Year! 2020 do me a favour and ‘f**k off!!”
It hasn’t been all doom and gloom for Gordon in 2020 as he has made a record £2.2million in profits, it is claimed.
According to The Sun, His Humble Pie Productions company which funds Studio Ramsay – his television production company – has got £2.4million in cash in the bank.
It is also claimed the firm is waiting to be paid for £3.4million of work carried out last year.
It is believed this means with costs and bills taken off – the firm has made £2.2 m in 2020 – a rise of £1.3 m in 2018.
The firm makes ITV fly-on-the-wall documentary The Savoy about life at the top London hotel and Gino and Fred: American Roadtrip.
Earlier this week the chef stunned fans when joined his 19-year-old daughter Tilly on TikTok for a festive-themed dance routine.
The challenge gets TikTok users to perform a saucy routine to Anna Kendrick and Snoop Dogg’s version of Here Comes Santa Claus.
Gordon joked that his dance moves were his “Christmas gift” to his fans.
The moves include jumping up and down, wriggling your bottom, squatting all the way to the floor, before galloping like one of Santa’s reindeer.
The famously grumpy chef was seen smiling and laughing as he mimicked Tilly’s dance moves.
The post was captioned: “Dad wanted to do a Christmas dance and it only took him 10000 attempts!! Happy Christmas @gordonramsayofficial.”