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Deitrick Haddon, Michelle Williams to star in new Oxygen series 'Fix My Choir'

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Deitrick Haddon is known for his unique, engaging style of gospel music and now the popular singer is continuing his expansion into the world of television. 'Fix My Choir' has just received a greenlight and is scheduled to debut later this year. The show was announced by Oxygen today, April 8.

The uplifting music-driven 'Fix My Choir' will feature choirs that have been struggling musically. Each choir will get a chance to be mentored by the Grammy-nominated Deitrick Haddon and Grammy-Award winning recording artist Michelle Williams of “Destiny’s Child” fame. Each week, the two will surprise a community, school or gospel choir and help them find perfect harmony both within their music and among their members. The series will show Haddon and Williams diving deep into the members’ lives to tackle the choir’s core issues including leadership, inter-personal conflicts, artistic direction and presentation, doing whatever it takes to get these choirs back on track with perfect pitch and new-found confidence. Haddon serves as one of 'Fix My Choir's executive producers.

Deitrick Haddon is fresh off a awe-inspiring performance of his hit single "Great God" on Celebration of Gospel. He is also gearing up for the release of his latest album, "Deitrick Haddon's LXW (League of Xtraordinary Worshippers)." In other good news for the singer, Oxygen also confirmed that returning series "Preachers of L.A." will premiere this Summer. Haddon stars in the reality show and is also one of the producers of the hit show.

In addition to her work with Destiny's Child, Michelle Williams is also an accomplished actress and a gospel sonstress. Her upcoming album, "Journey to Freedom" that has already delivered the lead single," If We Had Your Eyes" will mark her fourth studio album.

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