Selena Gomez To Star In New Cooking Show On Food Network

Selena Gomez To Star In New Cooking Show On Food Network

Selena Gomez heads into the professional kitchens of some of LA's hottest restaurants in "Selena + Restaurant," a new series premiering May 2 with double episodes at 7 pm and 7:30 pm ET/PT on Food Network. Gomez will be accompanied by best friend Raquelle Stevens as her cooking skills are put to the test by…

Selena Gomez heads into the professional kitchens of some of LA’s hottest restaurants in “Selena + Restaurant,” a new series premiering May 2 with double episodes at 7 pm and 7:30 pm ET/PT on Food Network.

Gomez will be accompanied by best friend Raquelle Stevens as her cooking skills are put to the test by the best in the business.

Over six episodes, chefs Shirley Chung, Keith Corbin, Stephanie Izard, Andrew & Michelle Munoz, Wolfgang Puck and Marcel Vigneron will teach and test Selena to see how quickly she can learn the ropes with the ultimate goal of creating a dish good enough to make each restaurant’s menu.

The chefs will also highlight a charity that is meaningful to them during each episode, with all of the featured non-profits receiving a donation to further their cause.

“After cooking mostly virtually from my kitchen with some of the best chefs for the last four years, I was thrilled to step into their world,” said Gomez. “You’ll have to see if being in person helped my skills at all.”

In the premiere episode, Selena and Raquelle head to Chef Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant, CUT Steakhouse, in Beverly Hills.

Additional excursions include Hollywood hotspot Lemon Grove with Chef Marcel Vigneron; Texas BBQ at Moo’s Craft Barbecue with Andrew and Michelle Munoz; a visit with Chef Stephanie Izard at her restaurant Girl & the Goat, and a stop at California soul food restaurant, Alta, with Chef Keith Corbin.

Fans can visit Food Network‘s social pages for exclusive interviews with Selena and sneak peeks of each episode.

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