The Next Food Network Star: Have you ever thought you could host your own show? Food Network tests that belief in this competition that focuses on both cooking proficiency and camera skills. Season seven is the biggest ever. Fifteen contestants, and Giada has moved from mentor to a full-time judge. Los Angeles returns as the backdrop for the first part of the competition, and the producers don't hesitate to use its every advantage to enhance the contest—Hollywood, film studios, restaurants, and more. All this along with the usual tough challenges, painful camera demonstrations and personality conflicts in order that the Selection Committee can choose the best person for his or her own six-episode show, a feature in Food Network Magazine, and participate in the Food Network Star book tour (new this season). Join the fun as the brightest stars from the network and select special guest judges coach these hopefuls toward their dream.
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