Gordon Ramsay, the famous Michelin-starred chef, has had his fair share of thrilling adventures, from jumping out of helicopters to swimming with sharks. However, there is one experience that surpasses them all in terms of terror: Encountering Adele with a microphone.
In a recent interview with British GQ, Ramsay confessed that he was terrified when Adele spotted him in the crowd at her Las Vegas show. Despite all the daring stunts he has done, he admitted that nothing compares to the fear he felt in that moment. "I'll jump out of a helicopter in Guyana. Have sharks the size of Range Rovers over my head in Tasmania. These are the bootcamps I put myself in. And the good thing about shitting yourself in a wetsuit? Nothing comes out," he humorously remarked.
Ramsay was relieved when, instead of giving him a microphone, Adele simply leaned in for a kiss. He shared a heartwarming Instagram clip of the moment, capturing the authentic connection they shared during her residency at Caesars Palace. As Adele performed "When We Were Young," she spotted Ramsay in the audience and came over to say hello, grabbing his hand. Ramsay reciprocated with a quick peck on the cheek before Adele resumed her soulful performance.
The renowned chef was in Las Vegas to celebrate the fifth anniversary of his Hell's Kitchen restaurant. In the interview, Ramsay revealed that no matter where he goes in the world, his iconic beef Wellington continues to haunt him. "Whether I'm in a tapas bar on the backstreets of Barcelona or the arse-end of the jungle, someone wants to talk to me about my fucking beef Wellington," he shared.
Overall, Ramsay's encounter with Adele at her Las Vegas show left him feeling both scared and relieved. It was a heartwarming moment that showcased the genuine and down-to-earth nature of these two talented celebrities.