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Leeza Gibbons s one of the celebrity contestants on Season 4 of ABC's reality competition, "Dancing with the Stars."

Leeza Gibbons is the former host of "Entertainment Tonight, "Extra" and her self-titled daytime talk-show, "Leeza."  TV/radio personality Leeza Gibbons currently hosts the nationally syndicated radio program, "Hollywood Confidential." Leeza Gibbons is also the founder of the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, a nonprofit organization offering empowerment and education to caregivers and their loved ones diagnosed with any memory disorder. Leeza Gibbons teams up with Tony Dovolani, who returns for his third season of "Dancing with the Stars."




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LEEZA GIBBONS: FACTS

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Age: 57 years old
Birthday: March 26, 1957
Height: 5' 8"
Full Name / Real Name: Leeza Kim Gibbons
Birthplace: Hartsville, SC
Husband: Stephen Meadows
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