Gordon Ramsay Looking For People To Travel World In New Adventure Series
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The closest thing to living the dream has to be getting paid to travel the world, right?
Before we go any further, let it be known that applicants have to be between the ages of 16 and 21.
If you don't fit into this bracket, you might have a niece, nephew or even a child of your own who does and would be up for getting involved.
Details are pretty scarce at the moment, but the job listing does state that it's going to be aired on a gordon and channel.
Plus, it's being organised by Studio Ramsay - the celebrity chef's TV production company.
The multi-media firm is responsible for shows such as The F Word and Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip - so you know it should be fun.
The ideal candidate will be someone with a big personality who has a passion for food and adventure, whether that be rock climbing, foraging or camping.
They'll be shooting the show in Los Angeles, where Studio Ramsay is based, and while the position is paid, there's no further details on how much.
If this sounds like you, all you have to do to be in with a chance is apply via the Model Management job ad and fill out the online application by the closing date of 3 October.
The description reads: "Studio Ramsay is casting 16-21 yr olds for a dream travel adventure series for a major streaming network and channel!!!
"This show is going to be amazing and we're looking for teens who have a passion for food AND travel and adventure!
"Know a teen who is obsessed with rock climbing, or has foraged their own food while camping?! THIS is the show for them!
"We're looking for big personalities who have a strong curiosity to experience and discover new cultures, a background or interest in food, or have adventure skills!"
And while we're on the topic of Ramsey's hit shows, you'll be pleased to know that ITV has booked a third season of Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip.
Last month, Fred Sirieix told LADbible that filming was initially supposed to begin at the end of August - but had been delayed by the coronavirus outbreak.
They've got a new travel plan though, which will see the three friends hit the road for over a month next year.
"Yes, it's happening. We've put the route and the travel plan together, we're going to go next year," he said.
"I can't wait to get started. I can't say where, but we've got the destination. We're putting the trip together now and it's looking pretty good, I have to say."