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A 2010 clip of Gordon Ramsay and Sofia Vergara on the Jay Leno show has gone viral this week, purely because of how damn UNCOMFORTABLE it makes everyone feel.

Twitter users were quick to brand the infamous TV chef's behaviour as beyond inappropriate, especially in the #MeToo era where women are taking a stand against treatment such as this.

The interview shows Ramsay, then 52, appearing alongside the Colombian actress in an interview, where he clearly makes her feel incredibly objectified and upset with his sexist remarks and groping.

His comments during the clip aimed at the actress have not been received well, at one stage Vergara is talking to Leno and remarks; “I never scream like that in real life.”

She was presumably referring to the renowned shouts of her Modern Family character, but Ramsay is quick to respond with;“Only in the bedroom.”

Let's remember, this is part of Vergara's JOB. In an employment environment, he repeatedly interrupts her and makes her feel sexualised when she is trying to do her actual job.

He even moves chairs to essentially sit on Vergara without her permission, and he touches her upper thigh and tries to smack her. She tells him; "No, no. No touching!"

She begins speaking in Spanish at the audience, telling them "This man doesn't respect me." Understandably, she is uncomfortable and angry, and Leno did absolutely nothing to intervene.

He asks the actress and model; “Have you had a whole wedge in your mouth at any one time?” She cannot even reply as she is too stunned.

"Sofia Vergara didn’t deserve to be treated like this," one Twitter user wrote, retweeting the footage. "This is very very uncomfortable." Of course, people are MAD as hell, deservedly so.

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Jay Leno is equally chauvinistic, asking her how much WEIGHT she gained while away on a trip, which she refuses to answer.

She is sexualised throughout the entire interview, while at work essentially, and is subjected to sexist and racist harassment.

Gordon Ramsay even tells her to change her son Manolo's name,to which she replies stone-faced "Can I what?"

The whole thing is a damn joke. Gordon, you're cancelled. Jay Leno, you're cancelled. Everyone go and smash the patriarchy and lift up Sofia.

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On Thursday, Good Morning Britain raised the interesting question about whether Magic Mike is appropriate or not, given the recent global movement regarding sexual harassment and consent.

The #MeToo discussion has seen high-profile celebrities speak out about their experiences with rape and sexual assault within the entertainment industry, and the movement has spread into every conversation in most workplaces.

Seeing as Magic Mike is about male strippers, it's not surprising that the focus was turned towards it, and Channing Tatum was ready to defend his long-term project.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Speaking at the Magic Mike Live press tour, Tatum said; ‘It’s okay to appreciate the image of a man or a woman as long as it’s done with respect and love."

"It’s such an incendiary moment, we could just be like, “ah! let’s not look at each other, let’s not talk to each other.” ‘We should have these conversations and talk about the hard things."

Essentially, Channing is claiming that it's totally okay to appreciate the male or female form once it remains respectful throughout.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Singer Jessie J, the actor's new girlfriend, has been seen enjoying the Magic Mike Live show from a private box in London. She was spotted at London's Hippodrome as she watched her 38-year-old beau perform,

She is clearly supportive of the cast of strip show meets dance extravaganza, and Tatum is equally supportive of Jessie J's talent. He has been seen watching the Price Tag singer perform in London, sitting near her mum at the Royal Albert Hall.

The pair seem loved-up, and from what we can tell, Channing Tatum is a total gentleman. What do you gals think of Magic Mike, is it problematic or just simple fun?

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