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Gordon Ramsay has joked he steals rival Jamie Oliver’s recipes. The F-Word telly chef shocked fans in a video where he danced with one of the Naked Chef’s cookbooks slotted into the back of his trousers.Gordon, 55, shook his hips to music as he slowly turned around to reveal the Jamie’s Dinners book.His daughter Tilly uploaded the video to her TikTok account. READ MORE: Gino D'Acampo compares Gordon Ramsay's nipples to Brussels sprouts on hilarious ITV show The caption reads: "I bet you are one of those chefs that just steal other people’s recipes."Gordon points at himself and waggles his finger before proceeding to shake his bum for 20-year-old Tilly’s 10.2million followers.
The video, posted on Tuesday (August 2), has garnered over six million views and almost 700,000 likes. Tilly added to the caption: "Secret’s out."Fans were stunned by the video and quickly rushed to the comments.One quipped: "Gordon, nooooo.
It was Jamie all along. I knew it", while another added: "Nah, anyone but Jamie Oliver."Other fans reckoned Gordon had "no rhythm", with one joking: "Nah, what he needs to steal is some of Justin Timberlake’s dance moves!"For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. The Jamie cookbook shown off by Gordon was from 2004.The news comes after chef Gordon was criticised for sharing a TikTok video where he could be seen saying "I’m going to eat you" to pen full of lambs.Although many found humour in the video, many commenters were also disturbed, saying the short clip was sad, that Gordon had lost it, or that they had lost respect for the famous foodie.One social media user commented: "Ok I am not a vegan or vegetarian but that crosses the line", while.Read more on dailystar.co.uk