Bravo is currently casting for Season Ten of Top Chef, but where will the lucky cheftestapants be heading? The rumor mill says Seattle; MyNorthwest.com reports producers have been in talks with the Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau. Of course, just like in Texas, they'll be looking for those sweet, sweet dollars "to cover a significant amount of their production costs." SCVB president Tom Norwalk estimates the price tag to be around $200,000 to $300,000.
Have you heard anything about Top Chef Season Ten? You know what to do.
Update: Bravo has officially confirmed they've picked up Season Ten and is planning open casting calls in New York, Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, DC and Los Angeles. Get on it, cheftestapant wannabes.