Fred Sirieix shuts down hopes of Road Trip revival after Gino D’Acampo quits with brutal response | The Sun

FRED Sirieix has shut any hopes of a Road Trip revival after Gino D’Acampo quit the show earlier this year.

First Dates star Fred, 51, had appeared alongside good friends Gino and Gordon Ramsay on the popular series but has no plans to work alongside them again soon.

Speaking to The Sun as he promotes G’Vine gin, Fred said of the series ending: “C’est la vie”, which is French for ‘that’s life’.

Asked if they will work on projects together in the future, he said: “You never know in life.”

And quizzed about if they were all still close, he simply replied: “Yeah.”

Gino shocked fans by announcing his exit from ITV’s Gordon, Gino And Fred: Road Trip earlier this year via a video posted on Instagram, in which he claimed “contractual complications” sparked his decision.

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Fred has been very busy since though and is currently working with French gin brand G’Vine gin, which stands out for being different because it’s made from grapes.

Being different is something that is important to Fred, but he explained how he is ‘on a journey’, figuring out who he is in life.

He told us:  “I'm 51 and I'm still finding things about me, you know?”

 “But I'm enjoying that journey and I'm different or if I'm wrong, I'm happy to stand up and say no, sorry, I got this wrong.

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“Fundamentally, I know that I am good. I'm a good person. I work on that every day to be the version of me that I want to be but also I know that I'm not for everybody.

“There's things I do, things I say – it's just not for everyone. But as long as it doesn't encroach on somebody else's freedom, then it's okay.”

The star continued:  “I think we're all winging it. I think I am confident and that's good.

“At the end of the day, what's the worst that's gonna happen? I'm going to die. That’s the worst that can happen. So the rest is going to be given.”

TV personality and G’Vine ambassador Fred Sirieix is working with the brand to inspire people to ‘Gin your Way’.

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