'Top Chef Masters': Christina Hendricks to join for a 'Mad Men'-themed episode -- EXCLUSIVE
Image Credit: Stefanie Keenan/Getty ImagesJoan Holloway is about to get yet another close-up, but this time it's on… Bravo? EW has learned exclusively that sultry Mad Men star Christina Hendricks and her actor husband Geoffrey Arend — who will be starring alongside Dana Delaney in ABC's medical drama Body of Proof when it premieres March 29 — recently taped the second episode of Top Chef Masters' upcoming third season. (The couple are pictured together at left.)
The challenge Hendricks and Arend are involved with will be appropriately '60s themed, harkening to Hendrick's role on AMC's period drama. Dishes from the '60s will no doubt provide lots of ways for the reality competition series' producers to have fun with the yet-to-be-announced celebrity chef contestants — the names of dishes from that era alone are a blast. ("We've got oysters Rockefeller, beef Wellington, [a] Napoleon," Roger Sterling (John Slattery) once said on an episode of Mad Men, trying to persuade a lady-friend to stay for a meal. "If we leave this lunch alone, it'll take over Europe.")
For this third season of Masters, Bravo has announced that former host Kelly Choi will be replaced with Australian celebrity chef and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Curtis Stone. The network has yet to announce the show's premiere date or celebrity contestants.