Finally some positive news for Iron Chef Bobby Flay.
The culinary television personality, who is currently going through a very public divorce, is set to be the first chef to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has announced the 50-year-old Food Network star will get his own star on the iconic Walk Of Fame Tuesday afternoon.
"We are thrilled to honor our very first culinary star on our fabled Walk of Fame," the Chamber of Commerce president and CEO said in the press release. "Bobby Flay has entertained the masses with his culinary expertise and has opened the eyes of food lovers everywhere."
Helping him celebrate will be fellow Iron Chef Michael Symon, Food Network president Brooke Johnson, and 19-year-old daughter Sophie.
This honor comes just months after Flay filed for divorce from his wife of ten years, Stephanie March, and weeks after a number of cheating rumors emerged. Since April, the celebrity chef has been rumored by media outlets to be in relationships with his assistant, actress January Jones, and fellow Food Network star Giada de Laurentiis. Flay has yet to publicly comment on the allegations.
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