Scots comedian Kevin Bridges has reached out to celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay - for his help with a last-minute recipe for Christmas Day dessert.

The Clydebank funnyman took to Twitter to ask the notoriously foul-mouthed chef for some much-needed aid after confessing to “running my mouth,” seemingly making promises he’s not been able to keep.

Kevin wrote: “Gordo! @GordonRamsay You got a sticky toffee pudding recipe on ye?

“Been running my mouth and found myself under a bit of pressure with regards to Christmas Day desert…”

In a final plea, he added: “Help a brar oot brar!! #stickytoffeepuddin #gordo.”

With Gordon yet to respond, dozens of fans rushed to Kevin’s aid with some suggestions of their own.

One follower was even jokingly told to “calm doon” by Kevin, 31, after he was called out for misspelling “dessert” as “desert.”

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As previoiusly reported by the Evening Times, the comedian has added six new dates to his tour - including four in Glasgow - after 85,000 tickets were sold in the first hour.

His tour, Brand New, will now hit the SSE Hydro on additional dates October 7, 14, 19 and 29 in 2018.