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"Food Network Star 2015," Season 11 is a reality competition series that returns with culinary icons Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay as mentors and judges, joined this season by a roster of top-notch special guests and judges.

Season 11 features a cast of twelve talented hopefuls competing to become the next new face in food television. In the biggest audition of their lives, the finalists battle in a series of unique challenges designed to determine who has the personality, on-air charisma and cooking skills to win the ultimate prize — their own show on Food Network. Exclusive web series "Star Salvation" also returns, giving one eliminated contestant the opportunity to rejoin the competition.

The finalists are Emilia Cirker (Reston, Virginia); Jay Ducote (Baton Rouge, Louisiana); Christina Fitzgerald (St. Louis, Missouri); Rosa Graziano (Los Angeles, California); Matthew Grunwald (Scottsdale, Arizona); Eddie Jackson (Houston); Michelle Karam (Santa Barbara, California); Sita Lewis (New York); Alex McCoy (Washington, D.C.); Arnold Myint (Nashville, Tennessee); Rue Rusike (Brooklyn, N.Y.) and Dominick Tesoriero (Staten Island, N.Y.).

In the season premiere, the twelve hopefuls arrive in Los Angeles and are introduced to food icons Giada and Bobby. Each finalist must produce a 30-second introductory video and make their signature dish for a food festival to be held the next day. At the festival, attended by a crowd of Food Network fans, each video is screened and signature dish tasted by a judging panel including Giada, Bobby, Food Network executives Susie Fogelson and Bob Tuschman, and People Deputy Editor J.D. Heyman. For one finalist, their dream ends, while the remaining eleven continue on their journey. Ensuing episodes include a dazzling Fourth of July-themed celebration, intense food truck/social media challenge and do-or-die live television demo.

Special guests/judges this season include Food Network personalities Sunny Anderson, Richard Blais, Anne Burrell, Melissa d'Arabian, Bobby Deen, Duff Goldman, Alex Guarnaschelli, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro, Damaris Phillips, Rachael Ray, Geoffrey Zakarian and comedian David Alan Grier.

"Food Network Star " Season 11 is produced by LEG/Triage Entertainment.



FOOD NETWORK STAR 2015: FACTS

Network: Food Network
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: June 5, 2005
Seasons: 11
Production Company: LEG/Triage Entertainment





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rickandmary says:
i cant wait till brianna goes home. i hate her attitude. she comes a cross as cold and i would never watch her show. she absolutely does not have the talent to be the next food network star. i have no clue why the judges like her. cant they see she is so fake. she acts like she is all that and then some.callling herself hot over and over. come on people dont want to see that on food network channel. it just looks kinda trampy. i wouldnt expect the judges to like that. get her off the show. and also not a fan of herb.
tvbroadcaster says:
I quit watching after they sent Brad home. Did you notice that Brad's bios were just fine. No one with any talent is left. Who wants to see Arti win. Watch her stupid online videos and you will see that, She stinks. How do I know? I make real TV shows that people watch. I mean who wants to eat all the Indian spicy food anyway. And Artesia, CA WAS a Dutch community before it was invaded by Indians. He is one place where the cowboys lost.
angelfeb says:
the la times actually blew the secret about 2 weeks ago when they had what chefs would be at their food and wine festival. they had aartia and under her name next food network star.
madfinnegan says:
I agree that losing Brad was a sad day...and either one of the guys would have been a great pick but they will lose the bet with Aartie's show for many reasons. Yuck!

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