Bringing the Heat to Hollywood: Bobby Flay to Receive a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
On Food Network Star, premiering Sunday, June 7 at 9|8c, Bobby Flay and fellow mentor Giada De Laurentiis are on a mission to discover budding talent. But tomorrow it will be Bobby who's recognized for superstardom, when he's honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The first chef ever and the first Food Network personality ever to receive a star, Bobby has been in the culinary industry since he was just 17 years old, and his first appearance on Food Network was more than 20 years ago. The host of Food Network's Bobby's Barbecue Addiction and Beat Bobby Flay, the co-host of Food Network Star, and an acclaimed Iron Chef, Bobby's no stranger to awards and achievements. The Walk of Fame star comes after several of his programs have earned Emmy Awards and James Beard Awards, both prestigious industry accomplishments, and he's also at the helm of multiple restaurants from coast to coast.
At a ceremony tomorrow, Tuesday, June 2, Bobby will celebrate the dedication of his star, the 2,553rd star on the Walk of Fame, during a ceremony on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. The festivities kick off at 11:30 a.m. PST (2:30 p.m. EST), and he'll be joined by his close friend and fellow Iron Chef Michael Symon, as well as Brooke Johnson, the president of Food Network; both are set to speak about Bobby as the star is dedicated to him.
Want to join in on the excitement? Fans in the Los Angeles area are invited to drop by for a firsthand take in the merriment (see address details below), but if you're not local, you can still see what's going down by watching online. There will be live-streaming coverage of the event taking place tomorrow — just click here to watch.
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