Bravo, you've come a long way baby. The network celebrated its upfronts presentation to potential advertisers on Wednesday (March 30) in a big way with a bicoastal bash and by announcing it had picked up 11 new series for its 2011-2012 schedule.
At the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, the network hosted an intimate gathering to watch the "Top Chef: All Stars" finale live and proudly paraded its stable of Bravolebrities at the same time.
All smiles (for now) as "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" has officially been renewed for Season 2, it's Kim Richards, Camille Grammer, Kyle Richards, Adrienne Maloof, Taylor Armstrong, and Lisa Vanderpump with mini-bravoleb Giggy.
Blond and buxom as per usual, "The Real Housewives of Orange County's" Peggy Tanous, Vicki Gunvalson, and Tamra Barney.
New Bravo golden boy, Brad Goreski, may have left Rachel Zoe, but he has a new series on Bravo and obviously knows who he should buddy up to. To Goreski's right are Bravo's head of development, Eli Lehrer, and SVP of production, Shari Levine.
No hard feelings it seems between "Top Chef: All-Stars," Elia Aboumrad, Antonia Lofaso, Fabio Viviani, and Jamie Lauren.
Padma Atluri passes the baton to new "Top Chef Masters" host, Curtis Stone.
The boys of "Million Dollar Listing" could pretend to like each other even if for one picture. Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand, and Josh Altman. Awkward.
Patti Stanger may have no problem matchmaking millionaires, but clothes are another story. Was there a power outage while she was dressing? Accompanying her are her sidekicks Rachel Federoff and Dustin Jude Pfaff.
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