Gord Flop To Face Chop
Daily Star Sunday|March 07, 2021
Bank Balance ‘disaster’
Ed Gleave

Gordon Ramsay’s big new game show is facing the axe after just two weeks.

Bank Balance has been a ratings flop for the BBC and insiders warned it is “highly unlikely” to return for a second series.

A source said: “Bank Balance has been an unmitigated disaster.

“Gordon is having a nightmare that’s worse than anything he’s dealt with in the kitchen.

“His attempt at a new career has fallen flat.

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