If you love Gordon Ramsay (or being insulted in general), Amazon's Alexa is releasing your new favorite thing.

While Amazon's Super Bowl ad showed celebs like Cardi B, Rebel Wilson, and Anthony Hopkins taking over for Alexa, they're unfortunately not actually available on the platform. However, Gordon Ramsay's voice can replace the personal assistant. Thanks to the interactive audio company, Ground Control, Amazon is bringing Chef Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen to everyone.

"I can't wait for everyone to have fun with this new skill for Amazon Alexa. I’ll review any dish you throw at me," said Ramsay in a press statement. "We all need to lighten up in the kitchen sometimes, don't we?!"

Ramsay, who's known for crafting phrases like "Idiot Sandwich," will critique your food when you ask him. In a promo clip shown above, a person, who just made a pretty delicious-looking sandwich, asks Ramsay what he thinks about it. "How can you do this to food and f*cking sleep at night?" answers Ramsay. Yikes.

Next, we need a soothing voice like Beyonce or Oprah to tell us everything is going to be okay. Then, maybe Morgan Freeman for a bedtime story? While we wait on that, Ground Control also partnered up with Amazon for some other cool voice features including "Biden’s Briefing," "Sounds Fun with Mike Epps," "Fourth Down Football Trivia with Philip Rivers," "Buzzer Beater Basketball Trivia with Karl-Anthony Towns" and "Full Count Baseball Trivia with Buster Posey."

Check out the aforementioned Ramsay clip above.