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'True Blood' Stars Support Gordon Ramsay's VIP Charity Night

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On Monday Aug. 29th Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen” will be heating up in the kitchen and in the dining room. HBO’s “True Blood” stars, Nelsan Ellis and Nondumiso Tembe, will be dining at the first ever VIP Charity Night hosted by Chef Gordon Ramsay while the six contestants left duke it out in the kitchen.

HBO’s “True Blood” stars won’t be the only celebrities in attendance. Josie Loren from ABC Family’s “Make It Or Break It” will be eating with costume designer Nicky Hirata and special guests from the American Cancer Society and the American Humane Society will be looking to eat some fabulous food in “Hell’s Kitchen”.

Chef Ramsay will have the six remaining contestants face off in two teams, red vs. blue, in an intense battle to make three inspired dishes in less than 30 minutes. The winners of the challenge will go on a lavish shopping spree and the losing team will be stuck prepping for Ramsay’s VIP Charity Night.

Nelsan Ellis, better known as Lafayette Reynolds on HBO’s “True Blood”, is no stranger to supporting charities. In the past few years he has supported the Red Cross and Hope for Haiti while advocating and raising awarenss about AIDS, Disaster Relief and Human Rights.

Tune in to “Hell’s Kitchen” Monday night on FOX to see which other celebrity supporters will be out for VIP Charity Night and which contestants go up on the chopping block.

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