Who Went Home on ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Tonight?

Who Went Home on ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Tonight? #Home #Hells #Kitchen #Tonight. Here is what we have for you today on TmZ Blog.

Who Went Home on Hells Kitchen Tonight

After a premiere episode in which no one was sent home, the first chef to be eliminated on Season 21 was Charlene Sherman, a 40-year-old private chef from Worland, Wyo.

During the first dinner service, the Blue Team did not communicate well. As a result, Gordon kicked them out. The two chefs put up for elimination were Charlene and Billy since they failed at the meat station with severe mistakes. In the end, Charlene handed over her jacket and became the first cheftestant eliminated from the competition.

But the eliminations in Episode 2 didn’t stop there. Just as Gordon was about to decide who to send home, Zeus raised his hand and suggested he be on the chopping block since he screwed up the pasta.

After ordering the 48-year-old executive chef back to the line, Gordon sent Charlene out the door. However, he soon called Zeus forward and said, “If you are willing to give up your spot so easily, you do not deserve to be here.”

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