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Gordon Ramsay acted in typical Gordon Ramsay style when he first met his daughter Tilly's Strictly Come Dancing partner... by giving him a bit of a telling off. You can see the slightly awkward exchange here:
Tilly, 19, has been paired with professional ballroom dancer Nikita Kuzmin for this year's series and it seems as though protective dad Gordon will be keeping a close eye on the pair.
In last night's (18 September) show we saw the moment the celebrities met their professional partner, and as Tilly and Nikita were getting to know each other Gordon FaceTimed his daughter for a chat.
The teen answered the call and introduced him to Nikita, with Gordon saying: "Congratulations - and good luck to you both."
However, he then appeared to spot what was Nikita was wearing and quickly warned: "Nikita, can you do your shirt up? It's a bit low."
Fortunately, the pair seemed to see the funny side and could be seen laughing as Tilly swiftly ended the call telling her dad: "It's time to go."
Later in the episode Tilly joked to co-host Claudia Winkleman that Nikita should wear a 'scarf and balaclava' to keep her dad happy.
Viewers loved Gordon's cheeky comment, with one person posting on Twitter: "Telling Nikita to do that shirt up is SO Gordon!"
Another joked: "Gordon: 'Nikita can you button your shirt up?'.
"Better than: 'You f***ing donkey.'"
A third warned: "Nikita Kuzmin has already had a taste of Tilly Ramsay's father Gordon, if she is voted out within the first weeks he better be prepared for some serious verbal abuse..."
When it was announced that Tilly had bagged herself a place in the dancing competition last month, Gordon was quick to warn: "Don't date those dancers."
But Gordon needn't worry too much, as Nikita is already happily couple up with his partner - and fellow dancer - Nicole Wirt.
While Tilly has previously revealed her dad is delighted she's taking part.
Speaking to the Sun, she said: "Dad is very excited for me to be taking part. He's always wanted to learn how to dance but he's just not very good at all. He has got two left feet.
"I will try to teach him but I do get slightly impatient with him because it takes him a very long time."
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