Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) April 17, 2014
This last week on Hell’s Kitchen, Chef Ramsay, known for his meticulous restaurant practices and expletive rants, stopped chastising the competing chefs long enough to watch a wedding performed by wedding officiant Chris Robinson, The Officiant Guy.
On Season 12, Episode 5, which aired last week on Fox network, Gordon Ramsay commanded the remaining 16 chefs to cook for a brunch wedding reception for Joey and Parker's wedding ceremony that Robinson officiated.
Robinson is an attorney and notary public who has been a wedding officiant for over twenty years. He is authorized both to issue a couple's Los Angeles County marriage license and to perform a wedding ceremony. “It’s always a pleasure to marry a couple in love, but it’s a sweeter event when I know that I have the confidence of one of the pickiest celebrities on television. It was an honor to meet Chef Ramsay and a hoot to hang out on a dynamic television production set for a morning.”
Hell’s Kitchen is an award-winning reality TV show with over 160 episodes under its belt. The star and protagonist is Chef Gordon Ramsay, a famous celebrity chef. The TV show is known for the elaborate judging and systematic focus as well as Chef Ramsay’s attention to detail and brutal honesty in assessing the performances of the competing chefs. There is a unique theme and special service per season, such as the wedding reception in Season 12.
Robinson was asked over a year ago to perform the LA County marriage of the couple chosen for the wedding brunch which was performed in Culver City. He has been the wedding officiant for many televised weddings and many publicized and confidential celebrity weddings throughout Southern California.
About Chris Robinson
Chris Robinson is Officiant Guy, a lawyer, a wedding officiant and a specialized notary public who is authorized to issue LA County marriage licenses. He has officiated thousands of wedding ceremonies throughout Southern California. He can be found at OfficiantGuy.com.