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Similarly, it has been alleged by former contestants that their firing was all part of the plan from the beginning.
For example, the "restaurant" that they work in isn't a real restaurant, it is a sound stage fitted to act as one!
To dial up the drama (and Ramsey's temper), producers would often swap out ingredients for the contestants, causing their meal to turn out sub-par and earning them a berating from the chef.
It has also been alleged that the "guests" that appear to judge the contestant's food are actually hired food critics.
, followed one of the teens (Lauren Conrad) as she attempted to make a career for herself in the fashion industry.