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Can you stand the heat? ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ hosts Las Vegas casting call

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Fox is offering aspiring chefs a chance in "Hell” next week with a Las Vegas casting call for the upcoming season of Gordon Ramsay's "Hell’s Kitchen.”

Auditions for the high-pressure cooking reality TV show on Fox will be held Monday at Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill at Caesars Palace from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Casting is looking for chefs ages 21 and older who are outspoken, competitive and have a talent and passion for cooking.

Culinary candidates who think they can stand the heat should bring a printed out and completed casting application, a chef’s coat and a culinary/restaurant resume. Applicants will not be cooking at the auditions and are asked not to bring any cooking utensils with them.

For a casting application and more information, visit the "Hell's Kitchen" casting call website.

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  1. Dear Gordan, do you have a single brother for me?