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Nine confirms Tracy Grimshaw’s shocking new career move as the star’s next TV project

D. Lawrence for Daily Mail Australia

Tracy Grimshaw’s next TV project after leaving A Current Affair has been confirmed.

Grimshaw, 63, will host the series, called Do You Want To Live Forever? The Nine Network revealed at a media event on Friday.

«I want to explore exactly what a long life will look like,» Tracey said in a statement about the project.

«I’m a bit of a medical nerd, so the research was a pleasure,» she added.

The health and science films will also feature Dr. Nick Coatsworth, who leads six Australians on a powerful journey to stop and turn back time, was announced on the network’s launch news last September.

Tracy Grimshaw’s next TV project after leaving A Current Affair has been confirmed. Pictured: Grimshaw

Do you want to live forever? will explore whether we really can turn back our biological clocks, analyzing the secret to living longer, younger, according to a Nine press release.

Tracy stepped down from ACA in 2022 and has been replaced by former Today co-host Ally Langdon since January last year.

Langdon revealed that she received invaluable advice from Grimshaw, who ran the show for 17 years.

«I spoke to Trace a lot before the host announcement and I remember a conversation we had when she arrived before her last show,» she told The Herald Sun.

Tracy stepped down from ACA in 2022 and was replaced by former Today co-host Ally Langdon (pictured) from January last year.

‘She said, ‘Be yourself, Ally, and follow what you want to follow.’

Allison went on to say that Tracy advised her to know her audience.

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“She told me to listen to the ACA audience; they’re smart, they know what they’re talking about, but find your own way and be authentic,” Allison explained.

Channel Nine confirmed in December 2022 that Ally would leave her co-hosting role on Today to replace the departing Grimshaw.

60 Minutes reporter Sarah Abo has stepped in to fill Ally’s place alongside Karl Stefanovic as the new Today co-host.

Ally shot down rumors of a «professional rivalry» between her and former colleague Stefanović, describing him as a «brother» to her.

She has since settled into her role on ACA and audiences have praised her compassionate approach to difficult stories.

Grimshaw, 63, will host the series, called Do You Want To Live Forever? The Nine Network revealed at a media event on Friday. Seen in 2018

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