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Bravo's Most Elite Interior Designers Wrap Up the Season of "Million Dollar Decorators" Tuesday, July 19 at 10PM ET/PT
Plus: preview next week's episodes of "Flipping Out" and "Rocco's Dinner Party."

[via press release from Bravo]


NEW YORK - July 15, 2011 - Bravo's most exclusive and sought-after interior designers are wrapping up their first season of "Million Dollar Decorators" in style on Tuesday, July 19 at 10 p.m., ET/PT. In the finale, Sharon Osbourne presents Martyn with The Andrew Martin 2010 International Interior Designer of the Year Award, one of the top honors in the design world. Jeffrey and Ross run into a scheduling mishap that threatens to derail the completion of the Malibu restaurant they're designing. Meanwhile, Mary tackles the design of the grand entryway to the L.A. Antiques Show, one of the most prestigious design events in Los Angeles, and all the decorators come out to support her. Later, Kathryn's long journey with Shannon Factor comes to a surprising end. For a sneak peek go to: http://www.bravotv.com/million-dollar-decorators/season-1/videos/kathryn-has-foundation-issues

Before you say goodbye to the "Million Dollar Decorators," tune into a brand new episode of "Flipping Out" on Tuesday, July 19 at 9 p.m., ET/PT. Jeff and Jenni hit the streets of New York City with their longtime friend and client, Chaz Dean. Jeff has been working on Chaz's Hollywood Salon for the past two years and is hoping to add this New York space to the list as well - but Jeff is still working on the Hollywood Salon and as the pressure builds to get that project finished, he realizes he may lose this job and a good friend. Meanwhile, Zoila's birthday is coming up and Jeff is determined to outdo the brand new car he bought for Zoila last year, so what does he do? He decides to get Zoila a whole new look, literally. They meet with a plastic surgeon for a few minor treatments, including botox and a facial - but by the time they leave - Zoila has scheduled an appointment for a facelift. For a sneak peek go to: http://www.bravotv.com/flipping-out/season-5/videos/zoilas-not-a-prostitute

Then, on a brand new episode of "Rocco's Dinner Party" airing Wednesday, July 20 at 10 p.m., ET/PT, Veteran Executive Chef Kevin Gaudreau, modernist Chef de Partie Janet Kim (from Gordon Ramsey's The London) and upstart Executive Chef Chris Calcagno throw a gastropub themed dinner party. In attempts to capture this hot culinary trend, Rocco's chefs must elevate British pub food without the stuffy air of fine dining. Even more challenging will be to convince British television host Cat Deeley that she's not far from home. Guests include actress Raven Symone, actor Christopher McDonald, founder and creative director of Desiron, Frank Carfaro, New York Times food writer Amanda Hesser and restaurateur Ken Oringer.

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  [july 2011]  


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