Gordon Ramsay, Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix are teaming up for a new cookery show.
The celebrity chefs and the "First Dates" star will join forces for ITV programme "The Ultimate Road Trip", which will see them take on various food challenges in different cities.
A TV source told The Sun's Bizarre TV column: "Gordon has had huge success across the pond and gone down a storm with US audiences. But he's keen to get back to his roots and do something for UK fans."
Last year, Gordon admitted he feared for his life when he filmed his documentary "Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine" after meeting drug-dealing gang members in South America.
He said: "It was very dangerous. We had an amazing fixture on the ground for three months prior to entering into that part of the neighbourhood. Then when we got there we got stitched with a dummy address, spotters all on the roofs, windows down, we had to take off trackers.
"I think for the first time in my life when I walked inside this room, [there were] AK47s to glocks to wraps of coke, bullets sprayed everywhere, in a neighbourhood next to a "chop house" where they used to take the bodies to chop them. So these three guys, they handed me the glock and I think it was the first time I felt that, "Damn, if this kicks off, I need a gun."
"There was a possibility [of me being kidnapped]."
Gordon returned to ITV in 2017 as guest host for one week of the channel's week-night entertainment series "The Nightly Show".
He said at the time: "We're reaching audiences on every level with this one, and I'm really excited to work on three completely different formats with ITV."