TikToker’s hilarious impression of Gordon Ramsay ‘reacting to daughter’s date’ goes viral

By Elaine McCallig

Gordon Ramsay is terrifying at the best of times, but imagine how intimidating it’d be if he was your potential father-in-law.

In a TikTok that has racked up 51 million views and almost 10 million likes, TikToker Jack Chalmers hilariously acts out a “POV” of what Tilly’s potential suitors could be met with if they ever bump into her dad.

We’re sure Gino D’Acampo’s son Luciano can empathise, given he reportedly dated Ramsay’s daughter Tilly.

The video kicks off in the most on-brand way possible, with Chalmers shouting “donkey” — one of Ramsay’s favourite insults.

When he opens the door it gets even better, with Chalmers absolutely nailing Ramsay’s signature expressions and mannerisms.

The video ends with “Ramsay” addressing the camera, commenting: “One thing I can tell you is that Tilly should’ve gone to f**king Specsavers because that boy has a face like a dog’s ass.”

The top comment is Chalmers urging people to tag 19-year-old Tilly Ramsay, who has almost 10 million followers and regularly posts hilarious videos with her dad.

Another commenter remarked that he “sounds more like Gordon than Gordon sounds like Gordon”.

The TikToker was bowled over when the real Ramsay shared the video to his Instagram, calling it a brilliant job in the caption. Tagging Tilly, Ramsay asked: “Am I really that bad?!?”

Chalmers is well known for his hilarious Ramsay impressions and acts out how he imagines the celebrity chef would act in certain roles, such as a 911 operator or a headteacher.

He’s also uploaded side-splitting impressions of what Ramsay might say after eating food from Nandos or McDonald’s.

Hilarious stuff.


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