GORDON, Gino & Fred Go Greek viewers were left in stitches tonight when Gordon Ramsay rubbed mud all over a semi-naked Gino D'Acampo's body.
The two TV chefs are back on their adventures with First Dates star Fred Fred Sirieix, and this time they are Island hopping in Greece.
The trio had fans laughing the whole way through this evening's opening episode, but there was one particular scene that really got them giggling.
It all started when Gino took them to Santorini to take a mud bath in the island’s volcanic hot springs.
Gino was then seen telling Gordon: “This is going to rejuvenate you, and, let’s be honest, some of us need a bit of rejuvenation.”
As they leapt into the muddy water Gino told them they need to rub handfuls of the sand on their bodies for the full-spa experience.
Gordon wasn't convinced by the smell of the mud and was even less enthusiastic when Gino asked him to rub it on his back – although he soon obliged.
Fans couldn't stop laughing as the usually grumpy chef Gordon was seen lovingly rubbing mud all over a delighted semi-naked Gino's back.
At one point Gino was even bent over right in front of Gordon as he continued to massage the purifying sand into his body.
Viewers immediately took to Twitter to share their joy at this hilarious moment.
One said: "Gino looks way too happy being massaged by @GordonRamsay from behind #GordonGinoAndFred"
While this one wrote: "In hysterics here!! #mud #GordonGinoandFred"
Another giggled: "This looks very wrong! you guys are just so naughty and bloody hilarious #GordonGinoandFred."
Fans were thrilled tonight when the trio returned for a new series of their travel show.
Another highlight of tonight's episode of Gordon, Gino and Fred Go Greek included Gino dressing in lobster PJS to catch lobsters.
- Gordon, Gino & Fred Go Greek continues next Monday at 9pm on ITV.
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