GORDON Ramsay poked fun at his ‘beloved’ Cornwall neighbours after their lockdown feud on Friday’s Graham Norton Show.
The 54-year-old chef was on the chat show to discuss his new game show, Bank Balance and Graham asked how it came about.
Gordon replied: “It was developed in lockdown, this time a year ago.
“It was a great shame when everything shut down so we got the teams on Zoom and how do we get this thing into a real life sort of game.
“So we developed, developed, developed and zoomed and zoomed and zoomed and the team was spread out all over the country.”
He added cheekily: “I was in Cornwall with my ‘beloved’ neighbours…”
He trailed off as Graham and the audience burst out laughing, knowing full well Gordon had been locked in a feud with his neighbours last year.
As Graham waved and cried: “High Gordon!”, the chef raised his fist up and the host laughed even more.
The Sun revealed last April how locals tried to hound him out — as well as wife Tana and their five kids — after the family upped sticks from London to live in their £4million holiday home during the early stages of the pandemic.
He also caused outrage by going on 60-mile bike rides in the county — but hit back at the time: “There was no law to say that you had to cycle for an hour and an hour only.”
But speaking to The Sun this week, Gordon cheekily revealed what he was most looking forward to after the current lockdown ends.
He joked: “Getting back to see my f***ing neighbours in Cornwall.
“And guess what? I’ve invited Joe Biden. He’s coming down with the G7. He’s coming over for breakfast. Imagine those Cornish fers. They’re gonna go crazy.”
Gordon Ramsay’s Bank Balance begins on Wednesday at 9pm on BBC1. The Graham Norton Show is available to catch up on BBC iPlayer.
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