FOX's HELL'S KITCHEN Head Into Two-Part Season Finale Tonight, 9/4
Last night, Chef Gordon Ramsay named the Top Three finalists on HELL'S KITCHEN: Justin Antiorio from Lyndhurst, NJ; Dana Cohen from River Vale, NJ; and Christina Wilson from Philadelphia, PA. Barbie Marshall of Philadelphia, PA, was eliminated.
The remaining chefs now head into the two-part season finale on tonight, Sept. 4 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) and Monday, Sept. 10 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT). Next week, in Part One, Chef Ramsay challenges the finalists to put together a stunning menu of their own. And don't miss Part Two when Chef Ramsay announces who will win the life-changing grand prize - a head chef position, working under Executive Chef Kevin Hee, at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
The Top Three chefs reveal what they learned from Chef Ramsay:
Name: Justin Antiorio
Occupation: Sous Chef
Hometown: Lyndhurst, NJ
What Justin learned from Chef Ramsay: "Being on HELL'S KITCHEN with Chef Ramsay challenged me to be my best and display my culinary skills with focus and precision under an extreme amount of pressure. There's really nothing more important than ensuring that people enjoy the food I prepare, and Chef Ramsay's insistence on perfection proved that to me every time."
Name: Dana Cohen
Occupation: Chef Instructor
Hometown: River Vale, NJ
What Dana learned from Chef Ramsay: "It's easy to doubt yourself in the pressure of HELL'S KITCHEN, but because of Chef Ramsay, I learned to approach tough situations in the kitchen or any struggles in life with a positive attitude. If you never give up, you can always be proud of what you have accomplished."
Name: Christina Wilson
Occupation: Chef de Cuisine
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
What Christina learned from Chef Ramsay: "What I found to be the most invaluable piece of advice from Chef Ramsay was to raise my own standards and meet them consistently. I think I came into HELL'S KITCHEN with a good work ethic and hungry competitiveness. It was meeting the standards of Chef Ramsay that was the real test."