Gordon Ramsey had fans in stitches with his savage remark about Gino D'Acampo.
Bank Balance is a high-stakes, high-pressure game show where contestants test their poise, precision, knowledge and nerve to succeed to build themselves a fortune - or see it come crashing down in an instant.
Contestants try to answer a series of questions correctly, then place different-sized stacks of gold bars on a volatile balance board.
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The more bars they build up, the more they could win.
But the more bars on the board, the more volatile it becomes and the greater the risk that the bars come crashing down, leaving the contestants to go home with nothing.
Tonight, Latia and Rose were continuing their winning streak.
They then had to pick a questions category - ranging from Australia to TV comedy.
Revealing they had travelled around Australia for a month, they picked the country.
Gordon cheekily then said: "Australia, where failed TV chefs go to eat kangaroo anus for money."
Fans were aghast at Gordon's insult to Gino, but many found it hilarious.
Sarah said: "Loving Gordon Ramsey."
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A second tweeted: "So much shade thrown at Gino."
And a third wrote: "Hahah. How funny is Gordon as a presenter."
However, there's no love lost between the pair, who are friends and work colleagues.
Gordon, Gino and Fred Sirieix have appeared on Gordon, Gino & Fred's Road Trip since 2018.