'Selena + Chef' is back
Latina actress, singer and businesswoman Selena Gomez will premiere a new season of her award-winning culinary series 'Selena + Chef' this August.
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In the fourth season of the cooking show Selena + Chef, fans will be able to follow host Selena Gomez, as she travels to the beach with her friends and family for some Summer fun.
The Latina actress, singer and businesswoman will continue to learn to cook in a house in Malibu. This house, which can be seen in the trailer for the series, is the same one that appears in Hannah Montana, which has sparked nostalgia among fans of the Disney series.
Gomez will get tips, new challenges, and Summer recipes from guest chefs Adrienne Cheatham, Devonn Francis, Gordon Ramsay, Kristen Kish, Ludo Lefebvre, Matty Matheson, Nick DiGiovanni, Paola Velez, Priya Krishna, and Rachael Ray.
As in the first three seasons, each of these chefs will represent a different charity. To date, the series has raised $400,000 for 26 nonprofit organizations since its premiere in 2020.
The fourth season of Selena + Chef will premiere on HBO Max on Aug. 18 with three episodes. The next three will be available on Aug. 25 and the final four will be available on Sept. 1.
Gomez herself is an executive producer on the series, along with executive producers Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman, and producers Leah Hariton and Melissa Stokes, on behalf of The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), a part of Sony Pictures Television.
Throughout its three broadcast seasons, the series has won two MTV Movie & TV Awards, a Critics Choice Real TV Award and a Taste Award.
Who is Selena Gomez?
She is the daughter of a Mexican father and an American mother, who was a theater actress. Selena inherited that talent and started her acting career when she was only 10 years old on the show Barney and Friends. The role allowed her to score other roles on the small screen and paved her way to the Disney Channel. She later participated on other shows like The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Hannah Montana, and The Wizards of Waverly Place — an Emmy Award-winning production.
After venturing into the world of acting, she formed her pop band as a teenager, which released three albums. The musical group dissolved in 2012, and she is now a major solo artist.
Gomez is also a philanthropist and in 2009, she became the youngest UNICEF ambassador. Currently, she supports lupus research campaigns, a disease she suffers from herself.
In addition to her artistic career, Gomez is a businesswoman and owner of a vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics brand.