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Here's Your Chance to Get the Deco Drive Hosts out of Town

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We dream of the day when Louis Aguirre packs up and heads far, far away from the Miami TV landscape. Luckily, SFLTV informs us we can nudge him in the right direction, and he can be Kelly Ripa's problem for a day. 

Live with Regis and Kelly is looking for five male fill-in hosts and five female fill-in hosts from the vast array of local talent at the stations that broadcast Live. They'll replace Rege and Kelly when each takes some time off. Aguirre and his Deco Drive cohost Lynn Martinez have both made the final round. For some reason, we actually like Lynn, so we'll vote for her for purer reasons. You can vote here

Their audition videos are after the jump, if you're into watching that kind of thing. 

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