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The sweary chef has earned himself the title of top UK influencer according to subscriber growth ahead of other popular UK TikTok users including Evie Meg (better known as @thistrippyhippie), Abby Roberts (who posts under @abbyrartistry) and pop stars Liam Payne and Dua Lipa.
The research, from HypeAuditor, analysed more than 500 million influencer posts to find out who were the most popular users, music tracks and videos.
Ramsay, 54, who has more than 16 million followers, regularly shares clips of him roasting other people's cooking skills.
Most recently he took on the TikTok user who cooked steaks in a toaster, which he - as you can imagine - was not a huge fan of.
In another he lays into a fella who made a video of himself following Ramsay's own recipe for scrambled egg, captioning his clip 'there's only one nob in this recipe and it's not the butter'.
He's also partial to the odd TikTok dance challenge, which he does alongside daughter Tilly.
In one of the first posts he ever made on TikTok back in March, Ramsay and Tilly danced while he joked that the dance's song, which contains the lyrics 'juice, sauce and a little bit of dressing', could help inspire budding chefs.
In another post he took part in the #FlipTheSwitch craze, swapping outfits with Tilly.
In their version of the viral challenge, Tilly could be seen stirring a pan on the hob, while her dad was grinding some pepper in - both dancing to the beat of the song playing over the footage.
The video cut to black, and when the duo returned they'd swapped places - and clothes.
Alexander Frolov, CEO and Co-Founder at HypeAuditor, said: "TikTok has proven to be one of the most powerful social media platforms this year.
"As we head into 2021, I believe we'll see a wider audience attracted to the platform.
"The fact Gordon Ramsay has been categorised as the highest growing UK influencer demonstrates TikTok has a much bigger appeal than the 'early adopting' younger generation.
"In 2021, we'll see TikTok become more of a mainstream marketing platform and brands seek to capitalise on its exponential growth."
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