We've known since last month that Bravo TV's "Top Chef" was planning to make a stop in the Coachella Valley for the filming of Season 13.
It looks like that may happen May 20 to help celebrate a same-sex wedding and have the chef contestants battle it out by catering the reception.
Cathedral City resident and community activist Keith Coleman, posted on his Facebook page Wednesday a notice to all LGBTQ couples to be available all day and night on that day in case they are selected as the happy couple to have their wedding televised.
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"Please join Top Chef and support marriage equality — walk down the aisle and have a catered celebration on TV in Palm Springs on May 20th," read his Facebook post.
An e-blast also sent out Wednesday by David Clinton-Reid with Arts Oasis, promotes the event as well.
Show judge Padma Lakshmi and Bravo TV both alluded to the same-sex wedding theme last week via Twitter.
"Bride and Bride? Groom and Groom? Email email@example.com for more info if you've been dreaming of #TopChef catering your wedding," read separate tweets issued by both.
The Coachella Valley, specifically Palm Springs, is known for its acceptance of the LGBT community. As home to many same-sex couples it is also the perfect place to host such an event.
Clinton-Reid referred questions to Coleman, and Coleman did not return phone calls for comment.
Coleman's post further tells interested people to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: Names and photos of the couple and a short paragraph about each person, length of relationship and how the couple met. The couple must be at least 21 to participate.
For season 13, the folks at Top Chef decided to take the show on the road across California making stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Oakland and "Greater Palm Springs."
The show's hosts, Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons and Richard Blais are expected to be in tow touring the state alongside the chefs as they compete in various challenges to be crowned "Top Chef."
In previous years, the show has had a home base in a major city — Miami, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Chicago, New York City and Boston, to name a few.
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