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Gordon Ramsay bringing 'Hotel Hell' to historic SW Minnesota inn

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Celebrity chef and fiery reality TV personality is bringing his series "Hotel Hell" to a historic resort in southwestern Minnesota later this month, the Star Tribune reports.

Ramsay and his crew will be shooting at the Calumet Inn in Pipestone May 28 to June 1 for part of its second season.

The objective of the series is to whip struggling hotels back into shape under the direction of the painfully blunt Ramsay.

The Star Tribune says people can try to book a room or a table for dinner -- possibly prepared by Ramsay -- by sending an email to hotelshowcalumet@gmail.com.

The premiere date for the second season of "Hotel Hell" and the Calumet Inn episode have not yet been announced.

See a clip from "Hotel Hell" below.

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