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Excited for the new episode of “Top Chef” tonight? Imagine how excited you’d be if you were actually on the show. You could be next season, if you have play your cards right. And follow all the submission guidelines, which are many, according to the MenuPages Blog. Seriously, it’s like applying to college all over again.

By March 1, you’ll need to send in the following:

  • a few-paragraph written summary about yourself
  • pictures
  • a completed application
  • a 3-5 minute audition video
  • your resume

You said you’d do anything to get close to Padma. Now’s your chance to prove it.

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