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Celeb chef, Dora Dean, released from the Food Network.

This story brought to you by the letter "N"

(SNN) - Celebrity chef Dora Dean's contract with the Food Network will not be renewed, due to the latest fallout over revelations this week that she admitted to using the “N” word when referring to people of color.

America had fallen in love with Dora Dean, the queen of TV's cooking shows, when she charmed viewers with her infectious southern demeanour, pretty smile and almost innocent youthful vigour. In a Youtube confession, a tearful Dean begged her family and fans for forgiveness, repeating her position that she only uses the “N” word in a nice way like, “That “N” sure has a nice hat, or that's a pretty cute “N” baby.”

Cry fell on deaf ears.

In a case of 'too little too late', the Food Network announced that they will not be renewing her contract, effectively dismissing Dean. Within hours of the announcement, reality TV producers from other networks reached out with offers.

The first offer came from the producers of MTV's reality/comedy competition show, “Yo Momma”, where the most outrageous trash talkers are pitted against each other in a no-holds barred trash-talking battle.

Other offers poured in.

It was reported that offers started to pour in, which included an offer from PBS for the show “Cooking Under Fire”, plus a call from VH1 wanting her in a show called “The White Rapper Show,” a show where contestants show their cred, knowledge of hip hop culture and their ideas about race.

However, the best offer came from FOX with an offer to replace Jeff Foxworthy as the new host for “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” Producers of the show, realizing that Foxworthy is not a real redneck, are jumping on a lifetime opportunity to boost ratings.

Photo by: dandu386 flickr photostream, "Al Jolson, Actor and Entertainer" Some Rights Reserved, The Sage nor this article endorsed.

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