Miss USA Has Found Its New Co-Hosts!

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The show must go on!

As a result of Donald Trump's controversial anti-immigration remarks, the Miss USA pageant lost its original co-hosts, Cheryl Burke, Thomas Roberts and Jeannie Mai. But now, just days before the pageant is set to air on ReelzChannel, they've found their replacements.

ET confirms that Todd Newton, Alex Wehrley and Julie Alexandria will co-host the Miss USA pageant.

WATCH: Miss USA Contestants Speak Out on Staying the in the Pageant 

Newton hosted Miss Universe in 2001 and has also hosted various game shows including Hollywood Showdown, Whammy!: The All New Press Your Luck and Family Game Night.

Joining him, Alex Wehrley comes with pageant experience as well as she was Miss USA Wisconsin in 2009.

OK! TV's Julie Alexandria will also host from backstage.

WATCH: Jeannie Mai Gave an Emotional Reason for Wanting to Stick With Miss USA

After NBC and Univision decided not to air Miss USA, Reelz picked it up and will air it this Sunday, July 12.

Check out the video below to see Trump defend himself and say that he doesn't have a "racist bone" in his body.