Gino D'Acampo has claimed on Twitter that Gordon, Gino & Fred has been cancelled because of Gordon Ramsay spending his time in the USA.
However, ITV has since confirmed that contrary to Gino's tweet, the show has not been axed.
Gino, alongside Ramsay and First Dates star Sirieux have taken on a number of challenges in previous series, but - sharing a photograph of just himself and Fred - D'Acampo tweeted: "Breaking News... Unfortunately we will no longer be filming #GordonGinoandFred mainly because @GordonRamsay is too busy working on his hair highlights in USA.
Fans were quick to react to the cryptic tweet, with many begging the trio to continue on, and expressing feelings of devastation.
OK, maybe not devastation, it's only a TV show after all.
One said: "Noooo!!!!!! Please reunite the trio!"
Someone else said: "Noooooo the 3 of u are the best, gutted but Fred and Gino will still be good, Gordon plz come back."
A third wrote: "Oh no!! excited to see what's next though!"
"Aww please continue even if it is without Gordon, I love watching you guys & the laughs along the way," remarked another.
However, fans can hold off with the doom and gloom for the time being, as ITV has confirmed the show isn't getting the chop.
An ITV spokesperson told LADbible: "Making a show that involves international travel during this period with the knock on effect of Covid-19 restrictions has been challenging, but Gordon, Gino and Fred has not been cancelled."
In case you're not aware - what are you doing here, if so? - the show follows the three mates as the travel the world looking at the cultures and food of the place and taking the mickey out of each other.
It started back in 2018 when the three travelled across western Europe together.
They've also recorded in Mexico, the USA, and three Christmas specials in various locales.
The most recent series, in which the three 'Go Greek', aired back in September.
That last series was curtailed by a Covid-19 outbreak on the production, which prompted the bosses to consider everyone's safety.
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