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Judy Gold to take part of Rachael Vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off

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2013-11-27 03:57:43
Rachael Vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off is a show by Food Network that will be premiering its third season on January 6th, at 9pm ET/PT. Among the eight multi-talented celebrities to take part of the show is Judy Gold, an American stand-up comic, who will be working her way up and trying to win $50 000 for her chosen charity, in Team Rachael.

"I had anxiety for so long. I went to a psychiatrist… "I'm constantly anxious. What do I do?" He told me I had obsessive compulsive disorder. I was shocked. I had to call him, like, nine time to make sure he was certain." -- Judy Gold on Psychiatrists

Whether her stand-up experience will help her in the Rachael Vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off show, only time will tell. The other celebrities taking part of the show are Florence Henderson, Penn Jillette, Chris Kattan, Jake Pavelka, Tiffany, Vanilla Ice and Herschel Walker.

They will all be mentored by the team leaders Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri, who will try to do their best to make their team victorious. Especially as it's kind of a tie-breaker, the third season.

"Season 3 of Rachael vs. Guy means rubber match. Rachael won the first round, and I took the second. This one is for all the pasta in Italy," said Guy Fieri.

See Judy and other celebrities on Food Network on January 6th, 2014.



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