It’s been a long road for the contestants of season two Top Chef: Just Desserts on Bravo, but the finale is here. It’s down to Matthew, Chris and Sally vying for the title and $100,000. Who earned it? Keep reading to find out.
Former Top Chef: Just Desserts contestant Morgan Wilson was indicted for possession of child pornography. He is scheduled to appear before a judge on October 27. Keep reading for more details.
According to the Pegasus News in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area, Morgan was arrested in December 2010 (barely a month after the Bravo reality show finale aired) after undercover investigators received incriminating file transfers from Morgan’s computer via Limewire in September of that year. Upon investigation, Morgan’s computer was identified by its IP address.
Only four chefs are left in week nine of Top Chef: Just Desserts. Chris, Matthew, Orlando and Sally vie to get one step closer to the Bravo reality show’s ultimate prize, but the last elimination challenge before the finale throws the remaining cheftestants for a loop. Keep reading to find out who is heading to the finale and who goes home.
Week 8 of Top Chef: Just Desserts tasks the five remaining chefs with baking pies, with a catch of course, and creating upscale dishes for carnival patrons. Keep reading to find out who served up the best carnival fare and who was sent packing from the Bravo reality show.
Seven chefs remain in week seven of Top Chef: Just Desserts, but after a twist at the Quick Fire, only six head into the elimination challenge. Keep reading to find out who is eliminated from the Bravo reality show and who lives on for another week.
Week six of Top Chef: Just Desserts finds the chefs facing the savory/sweet challenge. A wrench is thrown into the works though when Ad-Rock from Beastie Boys shows up to infuse a bit of sampling into their creations. Keep reading to find out who impressed Ad-Rock and who was sent packing.
With just nine chefs left, Top Chef: Just Desserts heads to the water park to create refreshing summer desserts. Who accomplished this week’s task and who failed miserably on the Bravo reality show? Keep reading to find out.
Week four of Top Chef: Just Desserts tasks the chefs with transforming their kitchen into a “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” edible fantasyland. While the chefs love and embrace the challenge, two are sent packing. Keep reading to find out who embraced the challenge the most and who failed to impress.
Twelve chefs remain in week three of Top Chef: Just Desserts. The chefs’ latest challenge finds them creating dessert menus for Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump, and her dog Giggy of course. To find out which chefs impressed and which one was told to pack up their tools, keep reading.