“Watch What Happens: Live,” hosted by Bravo’s Andy Cohen, premieres this Thursday, July 16 at midnight ET/PT with “The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s” controversial Danielle Staub among its first guests. This new interactive series will feature a weekly take on pop culture showcasing guests from Bravo’s most popular shows and the world of entertainment, and discussions on topics ranging from fashion to the hottest celebrity news of the week. Watch what happens this week as Cohen asks Staub all the questions he didn’t get to ask during the reunion special.

In Part 1 of “The Fashion Show” finale airing Thursday, July 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, the final four contestants present their collections in front of an audience of industry luminaries, and battle it out as America decides who will win the grand prize of $125,000. Glenda Bailey, Editor in Chief of Harper’s Bazaar, is back on the judges’ panel this week and the designers will also hear feedback from audience members including designers Betsey Johnson and R. Scott French.

On this week’s episode of “Top Chef Masters” airing Wednesday, July 15 at 10 p.m. ET/PT the final group of four chefs face a food group they typically avoid, junkfood. For the quickfire challenge they have to re-create a junkfood classic (also seen on season one of “Top Chef”). In the elimination round, chefs Michael Chiarello (Bottega Restaurant), Rick Moonen (RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay), Nils Noren (French Culinary Institute) and Lachlan McKinnon Patterson (Frasca Food & Wine) are then put on the spot as they are pushed to make the perfect three-course mini-meal for guests Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos of “Flipping Out.” In the end, three chefs pack their knives and only one moves on to the Champions Round.

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