Twitter Wants Gordon Ramsey To Play Angry Chef Louis In 'The Little Mermaid'

Twitter Wants Gordon Ramsey To Play Angry Chef Louis In 'The Little Mermaid'

Chef Gordon Ramsey is recently juggling MasterChef Junior' and '24 Hours to Hell and Back', but Twitterati thinks he is going to perfect for the role of Chef Louis

The anger of Gordon Ramsey might earn him a place in Disney's live-action movie 'The Little Mermaid', reported Fox News. The notoriously angry chef has become Twitterati's latest pick to play the role of the angry chef from the Little Mermaid named Louis. Ramsey has become the top pick to play Prince Eric’s angry and ranting chef who has tried to kill and cook Sebastian the Crab in the animated 1989 film.


One fan tweeted saying, "Okay, hear me out, Gordon Ramsay as Prince Eric’s angry French chef, Louis." Along with the tweet, he posted a picture of the angry Chef and Ramsey. The tweet gained momentum pretty quickly and a number of users praised the choice. 


It was just last week that Disney announced 19-year-old Halle Bailey had been cast to play Ariel and since then, fans have since been speculating about who else might join the cast to bring the characters back to life. 


It has also been rumored that Melissa McCarthy might be playing the role of the sea witch Ursula, and many others want Idris Elba to play the role of King Triton, but he might have some competition from Terry Crews since he has expressed his wish to play the role. 


Even though most of the cast has been kept under the covers, a number of fans think that Ramsey would be perfect to play the role of the angry chef. In the 1989 animated movie, the angry chef has a French accent and he makes it very clear that he loves to cook as he dances and sings his way around the kitchen, but things quickly go out of hand as Sebastian escapes. 


Even though Ramsey is not French, his professional career in cooking has certainly given him the edge in order to play the role. Additionally, he has also spent a considerable amount of time working in France when he was younger, so he just might be able to pull off the accent if he gets cast. 


It seems unlikely that the world-renowned chef has ever had to chase a lobster in his kitchen, but this role just might fit him like a glove. 

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