'Top Chef: Texas': Charlize Theron premieres 'Snow White and the Huntsman' clip

Charlize Theron will be playing the Evil Queen in the new film "Snow White and the Huntsman" starring Kristen Stewart. She'll also be a guest judge on "Top Chef: Texas." Like any good guest at a meal, she's bringing a hostess gift. Theron will be premiering a brand new clip from the film.The episode will premiere tonight (Jan. 18th) on Bravo and will pit the chef'testants against each other in a culinary battle. Sure, they do that every week, but how many people can say they've been judged by an evil queen?In the TV spots, Theron is calling for their head on a platter. Sound dangerous to us! Check out three new clips from the show below and gaze upon the loveliness that is Charlize. Seriously, that woman doesn't seem to age at all. We're fairly certain that she's got a magic mirror in her house somewhere. "Snow White and the Huntsman" will hit theaters...

'Top Chef's' Evil Meal For Charlize Theron

  "Top Chef" has welcomed countless celebrities into its kitchen over the years (Lorraine Bracco, Patti LaBelle, Natalie Portman, Jimmy Fallon to name a few), but none have inspired as decadent a menu as Charlize Theron, who appears on tonight's episode! Read More...

Top Chef's Ty-Lör: We Should've Been More Organized

Did Ty-Lör Boring think he was going to get eliminated during Top Chef 's Restaurant Wars? No, but he doesn't have any objections to it. "The only thing I really remember is that Restaurant Wars is probably the worst service ever I have had in 20 years of cooking in 16 countries on four continents. It was just a very intense situation," he tells "And I remember thinking if I got sent home for that, then it would've been accordingly. And I was. There was no way to recover from it." The Brooklyn-based chef was dinged for underseasoning two dishes, but he doesn't think that was the boys team's most egregious error.

'Top Chef: Texas': Restaurant wars are back on and it's boys against girls

"Top Chef: Texas" is back with it's most popular segment, restaurant wars! As fun as it is to watch, this time neither team can pull things off without a hitch. So, are these chef'testants really the right ones for the job? We've got two promos for you, which show each team having a meltdown. Even better? It's boys against girls.On the girls' side, the food just isn't getting fired fast enough. When host Padma Lakshmi complains that the judges have been waiting a long time for their entrees, Lindsay Autry starts ripping into the other women in the kitchen. Trust us, there is a lot of expletive bleeping.The boys may be getting their dishes fired quickly, but the servers don't seem to know where to take the food. Judge Emeril Lagasse tells his cohorts that it looks like the guys are falling apart. Check out the videos and let us know who you think will...

Top Chef's "Malibu" Chris Explains His "Soothing" Naked Lady Art

Overseasoning a dish is pretty unforgiveable on Top Chef , but "Malibu" Chris Crary didn't think his ultra-salty rub for his team's barbeque meat would doom him. "I knew I made a mistake, but I didn't think it was going to be me at all," he tells "I was pretty surprised. It seemed pretty close between the five of us." Alas, the resident eye candy got eliminated — but not before we got an eyeful of his favorite non-cooking pastime: painting naked women. See what "Malibu" Chris has to say about his hobby, Beverly 's RV fire and more.

Sneak Peek: A Top Chef Texas Contestant Is Hospitalized Mid-Challenge

During a Top Chef: Texas challenge, Sarah finds that the heat is more than she can take. Reluctantly, she allows the medics to take her to the hospital, leaving her at risk for elimination. Uh oh... | Original Air Date: January 4 at 10/9c

'Top Chef: Texas' is back with a super-sized episode

You think you ate all you could stuff down your gullet this holiday? Well, prepare to start craving ribs and Texas toast while you're watching TV on the treadmill. "Top Chef: Texas" is back with a super-sized episode on Wednesday, January 4th on Bravo.We've got two promos from the episode for you to check out. In the first, a medical emergency robs one contestant of her chance this week. Sarah Grueneberg succumbs to Texas heat that is over the century mark and needs to call a medic.In the second, the chef'testants attempt to create dishes using modernist cuisine techniques. It looks like the lab of a bunch of mad scientists in there with melting powder, clouds of fog and magic potions. Check out the videos and let us know what you think. Yes, we totally snack during the show too....

VIDEO: Top Chef's First Winner Harold Makes His Favorite Holiday Hangover Dish

The holiday season may be coming to a close, but we've got the perfect recipe to combat that New Year's Eve hangover. In the video below, Harold Dieterle , the very first winner of Top Chef , prepares his favorite hangover recipe: Cornflake crusted French toast soaked in egg nog with a rum raisin maple syrup.

Top Moments: Homeland's Explosive Finale, Mindy Kaling and Bill Clinton... Reunited At Last

Our top moments of the week: 10. Best Silent Killer : When it came time for the jury to have at the final three Survivor: South Pacific contestants, the most vicious commentary of all comes from an unexpected source —Whitney — the sweet Southern belle. "Albert, you're sleazy," she says. "Coach, you used Christianity to manipulate your whole tribe. And Sophie? You're the most condescending person I've ever met." Are you sure about that, Whitney? Because that condescending person managed to snare enough votes to win. 9. Most Biting Remark : Top Chef delivers a Christmas miracle, or perhaps just a case of...

Top Chef's Heather: I'm Not a Bully

Was it karma that sent Heather Terhune packing from Top Chef ? After weeks of verbally assaulting Beverly , she was booted for her disastrous Beef Stroganoff the same day that her frenemy placed in the top three in both the Quickfire and Elimination challenges. "I think it was all me, nothing else," Heather tells "I didn't cook the meat properly and I have no one and nothing to blame but myself." But the Chicago-based chef knows the story line couldn't have been scripted any better. "[Beverly] does well and the villain leaves!" So what exactly was the deal between the two of them? Find out below.