The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills just premiered on Bravo, but that doesn't mean it's too early to get their luxurious look for Halloween this year. Celebrity stylist Jessica Pastor fills us in on how to get the 90210 look this year to complete the perfect Halloween costume.
Get your guilty pleasure feelers ready, folks, because Bravo is prepping four new reality shows. The new series revolve around fashion, food, family, and beauty, and there's even a Project Runway alum in the mix! Here's a rundown of each new show:
- Untitled Chris March Show: The season four Project Runway contestant gets the spotlight on his design career as he works for clients like Meryl Streep and Madonna.
- Dean's List: Cameras will take on celebrity hair stylist Dean Banowetz and the drama inside his Hollywood salon.
- Roble & Co.: Brooklyn-based chef Roble Ali will pursue his catering career while he takes on high-profile clients.
- Thicker Than Water: A large, multigenerational family and the highs and lows of their relationships is the subject here.
Do any of these sound like they'd make it into your entertainment roster? I'd watch the good-natured, adorable Chris March, but I could imagine any of these being addictive, considering Bravo's successful reality track record. Which one most appeals to you?
Yesterday the news was announced that Bravo was in fact filming a special season of Top Chef in New York City that would feature 18 of the previous cheftestants and Anthony Bourdain as a guest judge. The participating chefs were revealed on the Top Chef DC reunion show last night. To find out who they are read more.
Does a man have equal say when it comes to having a bebe? Last night on The Rachel Zoe Project, the celebrity stylist and her husband, Rodger, talked and argued over the right time to have a child. At 38, Rachel's work has become her baby, but Rodg doesn't want their life to be all business, all the time. The tension mounted in the gynecologist's office when the doctor suggested Rachel get a blood test to see what her chances were for conceiving. Rodger was eager to move forward on a family, then Rachel refused to go straight to the lab. While it takes a willing man to create a child, since a woman carries and births the baby — is it ultimately her decision?
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What began a couple of weeks ago as a rumor has now been confirmed: Top Chef All-Stars will premiere on Bravo on Dec. 1. According to TV Guide, 18 of the previous cheftestants will compete in the ultimate Top Chef showdown. To make the series even more exciting, everyone's favorite bad boy foodie, Anthony Bourdain, has joined Tom Colicchio, Padma Lakshmi, and Gail Simmons as a regular judge.
Although the participating chefs have yet to be announced — they will be revealed tonight on the Top Chef: DC reunion show — the wonderful folks at Eater have a good idea of who is set to appear. For the past couple of weeks, filming has taken place in New York City, and they've spotted everyone from Carla Hall to Stephen Asprinio to Marcel Vigneron.
After a somewhat boring seventh season, I'm excited to see some of my favorite chefs return for another chance at the title. How about you? Will you watch?
After we introduced you to the contestants yesterday, the premiere of Top Chef's sweetest spinoff, Top Chef Just Desserts, aired last night. Contestants were challenged with creating the most decadent chocolate dessert, to be judged by Mr. Chocolate himself, Jacques Torres. The pastry chefs were also met with head judge Johnny Iuzzini's somewhat intimidating, no-nonsense style — something I found immensely entertaining. Did you tune in, or are you Top Chef-ed out?
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Eager Top Chef fans are just hours away from finding out who's won the Washington DC season — but if you're dying to know early, you can find out who wins right about now. Why? Because in gearing up for the season finale, it appears Bravo's online team has inadvertently revealed the show's winner. To find out who that is — warning, don't click if you don't want to know just yet! — read more.
Ready to sweeten up your week? Tune in to Bravo tonight at 11 p.m. for the first-ever premiere of Top Chef Just Desserts. The newest Top Chef spinoff will feature pastry chefs from around the country competing for $100,000 — and some serious street cred. Gail Simmons will move from judge to host this season, and the judges panel features Jean-Georges executive pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini as head judge, along with Fleur de Lys's Hubert Keller and DailyCandy editor Dannielle Kyrillos.
Keep reading for a closer look at the contestants!
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Hot on the heels of its Emmy award for season six, the seventh season of Top Chef is heating up before the finale, filmed in Singapore, airs Sept. 15. Though many of you aren't feeling it this season, I've still been checking in on the action. Have you? Take my midterm test and see how you fare.
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