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'Top Chef Masters' cast announced

For the next season of Top Chef, it's all about the well-known, not the unknown, as 24 chefs vie for the prize on Top Chef Masters, which debuts June 10.

You can read the full press release here. Neil Patrick Harris, Zooey Deschanel and the producers of Lost will be among the guest judges.

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The competitors, who will be competing for charity, include:

- Rick Bayless - Frontera Grill, Chicago, Ill. (pictured)

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- Wilo Benet - Pikayo, San Juan, Puerto Rico

- John Besh - Restaurant August, New Orleans, LA

- Graham Elliot Bowles - Graham Elliot Restaurant, Chicago, Ill.

- Michael Chiarello - Bottega Restaurant, Yountville, Calif.

- Michael Cimarusti - Providence, Los Angeles, Calif.

- Wylie Dufresne - wd~50, New York, N.Y.

- Elizabeth Falkner - Orson, San Francisco, Calif.

- Hubert Keller - Fleur de Lys, San Francisco, Calif.

- Christopher Lee - Aureole, New York, N.Y.

- Ludo Lefebvre - Ludo Bites, Los Angeles, Calif.

- Anita Lo - Annisa, New York, N.Y.

- Tim Love - The Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Fort Worth, Texas

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- Rick Moonen - Rick Moonen's RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nev.

- Nils Noren - French Culinary Institute, New York, N.Y.

- Lachlan McKinnon Patterson - Frasca Food & Wine, Boulder, Colo.

- Cindy Pawlcyn - Mustards Grill, Napa Valley, Calif.

- Mark Peel - Campanile, Los Angeles, Calif.

- Douglas Rodriguez - Alma de Cuba, Philadelphia, PA

- Michael Schlow - Radius Restaurant, Boston, Mass.

- Art Smith - Table Fifty-Two, Chicago, Ill.

- Suzanne Tracht - Jar, Los Angeles, Calif.

- Jonathan Waxman - Barbuto, New York, N.Y.

- Roy Yamaguchi - Roy's Restaurants, San Diego, Calif.

(Photo courtesy of Bravo TV)

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