Gordon Ramsay Announcement featuring Hot Wings & Sean Evans

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  • Gordon Ramsay published this video item, entitled “Gordon Ramsay Announcement featuring Hot Wings & Sean Evans” – below is their description.

    Gordon Ramsay Announcement featuring Hot Wings and Sean Evans

    Copy: On December 8th, Gordon is going live right here to suppor Make a Wish Foundation and if he raises $50,000 he’ll be entering a new ring of fire with First We Feasts Hot One’s Sean Evan! It’ll be the Hottest Event of the year!

    Donate now to get Gordon to have a new ring of fire: wish.org/cookingupwishes

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