Elle Macpherson won't host 'Fashion Star'

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ELLE, NO.Elle Macpherson, the host and an executive producer of "Fashion Star," is stepping down as the former when the NBC reality competition returns for its announced but as-yet-unscheduled second season. "The show is in great hands, and although I will not be hosting this season, I will still be very involved as executive producer where we will be reviewing the format for the upcoming season," the supermodel said in a statement. "Moving forward, I'll be focusing on building the 'Fashion Star' brand in the international market and pursuing various other producing projects close to my heart."

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