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Top Chef: Las Vegas Finale: Bryan vs. Michael vs. Kevin

The Top Chef: Las Vegas final three in Napa Valley.
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Now that Jennifer Carroll is gone, who will win <em>Top Chef: Las Vegas</em> tonight? Kevin Gillespie or Bryan or Michael Voltaggio?

Now that Jennifer Carroll is gone, who will win Top Chef: Las Vegas tonight? Kevin Gillespie or Bryan or Michael Voltaggio?

It’s all come down to a battle between three chefs: frontrunner Kevin Gillespie and two brothers, Michael and Bryan Voltaggio, on tonight’s final episode of Top Chef: Las Vegas on Bravo.

Our pal Johnny Avello, director of race and sports book operations at the Wynn, has the latest odds. Barring any last-minute upset -- which is often the case in reality TV television (Donny Osmond, anyone?) -- it looks certain that Kevin will triumph over the brothers.

Kevin, who opened at 8 to 1, is now at even odds; Michael, who opened at 11 to 1, is now 9 to 5; and Bryan, who opened at 15 to 1, is now 7 to 2 odds. (Please remember that these odds are for entertainment purposes only and not for wagering).

After 14 episodes filmed with Las Vegas star chefs in their hotels and restaurants here and at The M Resort display kitchen, the final and 15th episode was shot in the wineries of Napa Valley. It’s still a total secret as to who wins and who packs up their knives, as everybody has stuck to their “sworn to secrecy” agreements!

Check back here tomorrow for the results and winner’s reaction. And check out our Las Vegas Weekly colleague Sarah Feldberg’s post (Sarah has been blogging Top Chef: Las Vegas all season long).

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