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PremierLeague-News.Com - The celebrity chef is the host of the high pressure game on BBC One that could see contestants walk away with £100,000
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Gordon Ramsay went from chef to game show host with the launch of his new programme. Bank Balance, which debuted on BBC One last night, is a high pressure game that could see contestants walk away with £100,000. The celebrity chef acted as a coach for a pair of contestants who had to answer various questions in order to place different sizes of gold bars on a Balance Board. Read More Related Articles Baffled This Morning viewers 'request evidence' over Gordon Ramsay's shoe size Read More Related Articles Corrie viewers blast 'comedy' funeral scenes as 'distasteful' The more bars, the more cash they were on track to win. However, it's all about the balance and the more they manage to get, the riskier it becomes. But while watching the show, many viewers took to social media as they recognised the format from elsewhere. "This is a rip off of The Million Pound Drop #BankBalance," wrote one.
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"Million pound drop but make it Jenga #BankBalance," a third suggested. A fourth joked: "Of course I'm different to the million pound drop #BankBalance." "Stolen the set from million pound drop? #BankBalance," another questioned. The Million Pound Drop, later rebranded to The £100k drop, launched on Channel 4 back in 2010 with Davina McCall as host. The game show stayed on air for five years before taking a three-year break and returned in 2018. It last aired in July 2019.
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