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Kevin Frazier Named ‘Entertainment Tonight’ Co-Host, Louis Aguirre Hired for Vacated ‘Insider’ Slot

Frazier will join Nancy O’Dell beginning Sept. 9

Kevin Frazier is heading to “Entertainment Tonight.”

Frazier, previously co-anchor and managing editor of syndicated magazine “The Insider,” is moving to “Entertainment Tonight.” Frazier (pictured above) will co-host with Nancy O’Dell beginning Sept. 9.

As reported exclusively by TheWrap last month, former CNN meteorologist Rob Marciano, who joined “Entertainment Tonight” 18 months ago, is exiting the show to join the ABC morning news show “Good Morning America.”

Louis Aguirre

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Replacing Frazier at “The Insider” is Louis Aguirre (pictured at left), the co-anchor for Miami entertainment show “Deco Drive.”

“Kevin lives and breathes entertainment news; he is the ultimate professional and has a phenomenal relationship with Nancy,” “ET” and “Insider” executive producer Brad Bessey said of Frazier. “When searching for a new co-anchor, we realized Kev, who gives 110 percent everyday, is the perfect fit and are thrilled to welcome him home. And, we’re just as excited to have Louis join ‘The Insider.’ He is a dynamic broadcaster with a strong point of view, which will be key as he and Thea offer perspective on the hottest trending entertainment news and pop culture topics of the day.”

Also read: ‘ET’ Co-Host Rob Marciano Heading to ‘Good Morning America’ (Exclusive)

Frazier, previously a correspondent and weekend anchor for “Entertainment Tonight,” joined “The Insider” in March 2011. In addition to his “Insider” duties, Frazier has hosted “Game Changers With Kevin Frazier,” which focuses on pro athletes who make positive differences in their fans’ lives, and has served as lead anchor for college football on FX and Fox Sports Net.