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'She's Got the Look' Changed With Brooke Burke on Board

January 15, 2010 (8:11 am) GMT
TV Land is making some changes on the show by employing a new host to replace Kim Alexis and four-judges format.
Brooke Burke

Through a press release, TV Land announced that it has appointed to be the new host of "". The former champion of "" will be officially on board the modeling competition show in the third season. There is no aimed date yet for the premiere of the new season.

Production is set to begin next week in Los Angeles, CA. Along with Burke, model and TV reporter Roshumba Williams is joining the series as a judge. She will assist celebrity stylist Robert Verdi and Wilhelmina president Sean Patterson.

"This new season of 'She's Got The Look' is bound to be exciting as we welcome Brooke Burke and Roshumba Williams on board, and we are introduced to an amazing roster of women 35 and older," states Larry W. Jones, president, TV Land. "Brooke Burke's passion for her work, her family and her joy in being a mother is relatable and inspiring to women everywhere."

"And we are thrilled that Roshumba Williams can contribute her modeling expertise and offer her own insight to these women who have all been given a second chance at a life-long dream. Viewers will be inspired by the mentoring, friendships and the transformations experienced throughout the season."

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