Gordon Ramsay has said that we have made life too easy for unemployed people in the UK.
The internationally famous TV chef spoke to Newsbeat at the launch of his latest TV programme, Hotel GB, and said that Britain's unemployed "have it quite comfortable."
He added that he thinks "previously we've made it too easy for them not to work."
He also noted that "places like Vietnam, America, Spain, to a certain extent, it was a lot tougher there if you were out of work."
He's also keen to point out that isn't a show about disadvantaged kids: "This isn't about disadvantaged youth. This is about inspiring individuals."
Hotel GB, which airs tonight at 9pm on Channel 4, will see Ramsay and a team of male celebrities face off against TV presenter Mary Portas and a girls' team as they both run a hotel for a week.
Gordon's team will include How To Look Good Naked presenter Gok Wan, while Mary will be joined by Kim Woodburn from How Clean is Your House and The Apprentice's Hilary Devey.
Members of the public will be able to stay at the hotel, and both teams will be assisted by a team of unemployed apprentices who will hope to learn invaluable skills to help them find jobs in the hospitality industry.
Kim said that "There's nothing wrong with being a domestic. Cleaning is an honourable profession and I think, don't be ashamed."
"We've given them a job so they can earn some money and get off the dole list."
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