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Michelle WIlliams to host gospel reality show

Michelle WIlliams to host gospel reality show

MICHELLE WILLIAMS: The R&B singer will help save America's gospel choirs. Photo: Associated Press

R&B star Michelle Williams is adding presenter to her resume by signing up to front a new reality TV show “Fix My Choir.”

The former Destiny’s Child singer will join forces with gospel artists Deitrick Haddon and Tye Tribbett to locate struggling choirs across the U.S. and help them find harmony.

The series will air on the Oxygen network later this year.

Williams is no stranger to reality TV – she previously appeared in her own show, “My Sister’s Keeper,” and she also competed on Britain’s “Strictly Come Dancing” in 2010.

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