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Naya Rivera Is One of the Guest Judges on 'Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet'



Season 3 of Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet is a little bittersweet as it is one of the last taped appearances of late Glee actress Naya Rivera.

The 33-year-old, who tragically drowned at Lake Piru in California on July 8, is the guest judge on the second episode titled, "Birds of a Feather," and fans of Naya will not be disappointed by her baked goods knowledge or her sweet disposition as a judge. 

Naya was joined by several other famous guest judges on the third season of the Netflix reality baking competition, which is hosted by Hunter March, and stars culinary icons Candace Nelson and Adriano Zumbo. 

Here is the full list of guest judges, including Naya, who appeared on Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet: 

Episode 1: Fortune Feimster

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Comedian and The Mindy Project star Fortune Feimster judged the first episode of the season, which was focused on yummy junk food. 

Episode 2: Naya Rivera

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As a judge on Sugar Rush, viewers learned that Naya's favorite bird is a flamingo. The episode is dedicated to the actress after the decision to run the episode was approved by Naya's manager, Gladys Gonzalez. 

Naya also gushed about her 4-year-old son Josey on the show, and their love of baking chocolate chip cookies together. 

Episode 3: Justin Willman

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You might recognize Justin Willman from his very own Netflix series, Magic For Humans — and, as expected, he brought some sweet magic tricks to his Sugar Rush episode, which was aptly titled, "Perfect Illusion."

Episode 4: Tyler Posey

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Who better to guest judge the "Blackout" episode of Sugar Rush than Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey?

Remember when he was Jennifer Lopez's son in Maid in Manhattan? We feel old. 

Episode 5: Garcelle Beauvais

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Garcelle Beauvais took some time out of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills filming schedule to appear as a guest judge on the Netflix series. The theme of her episode: "Tropical Vacation."

Episode 6: Ron Ben-Israel

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For the season finale, Sugar Rush tapped renowned pastry chef Ron Ben-Israel to judge the "Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner" challenge— no pressure, bakers. 

What made this season of Sugar Rush "extra sweet" was that bakers who won the first or second round of the competition had an option to either take home $1,500 or bank another 15 minutes for the third and final cake round. Basically, the winner in Season 3 can leave with as much as $13,000. 

The winners impressed the judges and guest judges alike, and the confections just keep on getting better and better. 

Watch Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet on Netflix now.

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