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Jean Philippe Susilovic,
Australian native Tabatha Coffey, the straight-talking former contestant from Shear Genius, visits struggling salons in Los Angeles and New York, and whips the desperate stylists and salon owners into shape.
Mark Anthony Adkins,
Matthew Corbett Davis
First of all, you have the finest chefs in America which include Hubert Keller and Rick Bayless and Oprah's chef, Al Smith (I believe that's his name but I could be wrong.) This time, the top chefs are competing against each other for their charities. There are all quite mature in how they deal with their disappointments. The Top Chef Masters is quite a nail-biter but don't worry they are all winners. There are no hard feelings among the other contestants. I liked this series and I liked the chefs in them although most of them were males. It's nice to see the top chefs like Hubert Keller and Rick Bayless as contestants than judges for a change. The show is addictive but that's because the contestants are voted by a panel and not amongst each other. They have to work as a team and they all do a fine job.
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