celebrity deaths

Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes has died at the age of 59. His family confirmed the news, saying he died with his wife by his side in Dubai, where he ran two restaurants. In addition to his career as a chef and restaurateur, Gary was well-known for his appearances on TV, including MasterChef, Hell's Kitchen as well as Strictly Come Dancing.
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