The Aussie chef, who judges the reality television show alongside Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan, said that he doesn't want Ramsay to appear as a guest on his programme because he bullies contestants.
Calombaris told the Herald Sun: "If they wanted to have Gordon on, okay, but I wouldn't stand for [him picking on people]. I would have to take him outside.
"I don't believe it's necessary to belittle and attack a person. That's not what our show is about. When I signed on to do this I made it clear that I would not do that sort of thing. I hate bullying."
Calombaris is currently filming Junior MasterChef and said that he is trying to teach all the young contestants that "failure is okay".
He also revealed that he believes Australian MasterChef's phenomenal success will end at some point, adding: "This can't go on forever; when it's over I will go back to being a chef. This has been an amazing experience.
"I've met some amazing chefs on this journey and had a platform to influence how people around this country view and cook food."
Ramsay's popularity in Australia diminished in 2009 when he labelled television presenter Tracy Grimshaw as an "ugly, lesbian pig". She later hit back, calling him a "narcissist bully" and he eventually apologised.
Ramsay's US version of MasterChef was recently renewed for a third season by Fox.
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