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Oxygen announces FIX MY CHOIR hosted by Michelle Williams and Deitrick Haddon

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Today Oxygen Network announced (and both hosts confirmed via Facebook) that a new show is headed to viewers soon. It's called FIX MY CHOIR and will be hosted by Gospel artists Deitrick Haddon ("Preachers of L. A.") and Grammy award-winning artist Michelle Williams (Destiny's Child).

The show is being produced by Pink Sneakers with John Ehrhard, Kimberly Ehrhard and Lauren Stevens. Relevé Entertainment’s Holly Carter and Jonathan Singer, along with Haddon will be serving as Executive Producers.

Oxygen describes the show this way: "In this bold and uplifting music-driven series, struggling choirs will get a chance of much needed mentoring with the help of gospel superstar Deitrick Haddon (“Preachers of L.A.”) and Grammy-Award winning recording artist Michelle Williams of “Destiny’s Child” fame. Each week, the duo will surprise a community, school or gospel choir and help them find perfect harmony both within their music - and their members. They will dive 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."

FIX MY CHOIR is a part of Oxygen rebrand targeting "young,modern women". Find out more about new shows coming to the network at


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