Ut oh. The folks over at Bravo are not going to like this. Bravo has exactly two shows they can point to as quality programming. Inside the Actor’s Studio, and Top Chef. Top Chef was nominated at the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Cinematography for Reality Programming and Outstanding Reality-Competition Program for its second season. Top Chef won the award for Outstanding Editing in a Reality Series at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards. Top Chef won the award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards, defeating The Amazing Race which had won the award every year since the category’s inception in 2003. This show is Andy Cohen’s baby.
This season, there is a guy on the show named Aaron Grissom and he is a total asshole with no exceptional cooking ability in my opinion. He’s been a total prick to most everyone on the show, especially a blonde female and a Hispanic male chef. He’s just a douchebag. On last night’s show he was on a team with the Hispanic guy and the front-runner of the show who carried him to a win. He was cocky and annoying but the front runner has a great personality and a rapport with everyone on the show and was able to keep a lid on him for the most part.
This morning, TMZ reports that Aaron was arrested for domestic violence for an alleged physical altercation with his wife. Aaron was booked and released on $50,000 bond on Wednesday and was released in time to watch himself on the latest episode.
Oh Bravo. You really do need your own Bravolebrity Jail. /sigh I hope that this dude doesn’t win. It seems highly unlikely. I wonder if they will re-edit his inevitable departure to focus even more on his shitty attitude?