'Top Chef VIP' new season set to premiere on Telemundo
Twenty television and Latin entertainment stars will participate in the new season of 'Top Chef VIP,' to be broadcast on Telemundo.
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The renowned telenovela actress Gaby Spanic, actor Juan Pablo Gil, singer Marisol Terrazas, Mexican comedian Tony Balardi, impersonator Gilberto Gless, Mexican television star Alana Lliteras, former NFL player Jose Gumbs, renowned Mexican soprano and actress Regina Orozco, series and telenovela actor Eduardo Barquin and Colombian influencer and presenter Sebas Villalobos will be the contestants in the new season of Top Chef VIP, set to premiere on Telemundo on April 25.
These celebrities will join participants Arturo Peniche, Laura Zapata, Johnny Lozada, Sara Corrales, Génesis Suero, Germán Montero, Serrath, Jesús Moré, Lorena de la Garza and Helen Ochoa.
This group of contestants will face culinary challenges in episodes while navigating emotions and surprises alongside the jury made up of renowned Latin American chefs Antonio de Livier, Adria Marina Montaño, and Juan Manuel Barrientos.
They will supervise the kitchen, assess the attitude and technical skills of the contestants, and determine who moves on and who goes home. The jury will also judge the efforts of the contestants in each episode until one becomes the new Top Chef VIP and winner of the second season.
The show, hosted by Carmen Villalobos, is a cooking competition featuring a group of top Latino stars in music, art and television competing to win the grand prize of $100,000 and a title.
The two-hour episodes include trips to destinations across Latin America and dives into their culinary secrets.
The cooking show will premiere on Tuesday, April 25 on Telemundo. Episodes will be available on demand on the Telemundo app in the Google Play Store and Apple Store, or by visiting Telemundo.com. The episodes will also be available the next day on Peacock.
Top Chef VIP is an RCN production for Telemundo based on NBCUniversal Formats' Top Chef under the executive production of Francisco “Cisco” Suarez, along with Luciano Cardinali and Fernando Lorente as executive producers.